NHTSA is over-reaching – as it did with the bogus Chevy Volt and the Toyota ‘sudden acceleration’ scares – in its heavy-handed demand for Jeep recalls.
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Can we now admit that the auto bailout of 2008-09 was a success? The just-released March auto sales numbers continue a trend we have seen build for a couple years now. The U.S. auto industry is thriving, even in a slow-growth economy. And, even better than that, “Detroit automakers outperformed the industry as a whole,” … Continue Reading →
At least Sergio Marchionne won’t have to endure any more jokes about producing Maseratis on Jeep’s production line.
Who is Richard Mourdock? He is the bold Indiana state treasurer who brought suit against Chrysler in 2009 to try and protect state teacher and firefighter pensioners from the Obama Auto Task Force’s illegal grab of their investments to benefit the UAW. Mourdock’s ultimately futile suit was the last line of defense against a thuggish White House … Continue Reading →
President Barrack Obama is being blamed for the high gas prices Americans are paying at the pump. The president ran on making great changes in the energy policies of this country. We were told how the changes would impact us and we were told that gas prices would be higher. We knew that alternative energy … Continue Reading →
“I think it represents the soul of the company,” said Chrysler executive Ralph Gilles Wednesday in introducing a resurgent Chrysler’s newest vehicle at the New York Auto Show. He was not referring to the 40 MPG Fiat 500, but the fire-breathing, 640-hp, 8.4-liter SRT Viper. Gilles’ nod to the iconic muscle-car is a slap in the … Continue Reading →
I’m all for hoping Mitt Romney’s sincere, but almost everything that his campaign has done makes me think otherwise. Now, it is a fact that Mitt Romney actually lived in Michigan. He lived in it, his dad was Governor, and all that stuff is actually true. But now, by claiming status after all these years, … Continue Reading →