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FCA recalls more than 700,000 SUV for brakes issue, including 21,000 in Mexico
Fiat Chrysler says it has recalled 646,394 SUVs in the U.S. to inspect if its brake-booster shields were properly installed.  The automaker said that another 42,304 SUVs were recalled in Canada and 21,139 in Mexico. The recall affects 2011 to 2014 Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs, FCA sa...
This is how auto sales ended up in September over the NAFTA region
More than 1.8 million cars and light trucks were sold in the NAFTA region last month, which meant significant sales increases for both Canada and the United States. Meanwhile, in Mexico two earthquakes contributed to the sharpest drop in auto sales over 2017. In the U.S., thousands of car owners ru...
Harmed by earthquakes, auto sales drop 11.5% in Mexico during September
Last month, sales of cars and light trucks in the Mexican market fell 11.5% to 116,356 units, affected in great part by earthquakes of September 7 and 19, according to data the Mexican Auto Industry Association (AMIA) released today. From January through September Mexican auto dealers sold 1,106,84...
Hurricane recovery process boosts US auto sales in September
Auto sales in the U.S. market increased for the first time in the year last September, after thousands of car owners rushed to auto dealers to replace some of the 700,000 vehicles damaged or destroyed in two hurricane-hit parts of the country. According to analysts some 500,000 cars were damaged or...
Ford now carries Guanajuato-made pieces
After a five-month trial period, the Ford transmission plant in Irapuato has started production, and it is planning to produce 90,000 pieces by the end of the year. Focus and EcoSport are the models that will receive the first pieces produced by 600 collaborators of the US Firm, upon the kick-start ...