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Section Page News - Automotive News

Section Page News - Automotive News
  1. NHTSA pressed to force automakers to keep safety records even longer

    The Center for Auto Safety wants NHTSA to require automakers to keep records of safety defects for at least 20 years, up from a proposed 10 years.

  2. UAW headquarters staff relocated after fire

    It is unclear when employees will return to UAW headquarters after a fire broke out Saturday on the third floor of Solidarity House. Patrick McNulty, chief of fire investigation for the Detroit Fire Department, said the investigation into the cause of the fire is ongoing.

  3. Subaru hikes prices on retooled 2020 Outback, Legacy
    The redesigned Outback, the top-selling midsize crossover in the U.S., and the Legacy are the latest vehicles to migrate to Subaru's global platform. The standard 2.5-liter boxer engine in both features 182 hp and 176 pound-feet of torque, up from 175 hp and 174 pound-feet.
  4. 'Keep these plants open,' UAW chief tells GM brass

    UAW President Gary Jones warned Fiat Chrysler Automobiles that the company's increasing use of temporary workers would be a major issue in contract negotiations. 

  5. Lear lowers 2019 revenue, profit outlook

    The maker of seats and electronic parts expects lower production from key customers to pressure sales and earnings throughout the year.

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