Blog

Boyertown celebrates classic, antique cars at Duryea Day event – The Mercury

Saturday, September 01, 2018

We recognize you are attempting to access this website from a country belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA) including the EU which enforces the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and therefore access cannot be granted at this time. For any issues, contact astettler@mainlinemedianews.com or call 610-323-3000.

This RSS feed URL is deprecated

Saturday, September 01, 2018

It’s getting harder to find those zero-percent financing deals on new cars – CNBC

Saturday, September 01, 2018

<!– –> × MENU SEARCH QUOTES Autos With inventories in a more healthy place and nationwide interest rates ticking up, a report from Edmunds shows that zero-percent finance deals accounted for the smallest portion of July auto sales in over 10 years. The report shows these deals accounted for just 6.92 percent of new car deals in July. That’s a significant…

Cars collide, then crash into Hope Lodge – KSHB

Saturday, September 01, 2018

You are using an outdated browser. Upgrade your browser today to better experience this site. <!–  Sign In –> Current 84 Cloudy 3-Day Forecast HI: 88° LO: 73° HI: 88° LO: 73° HI: 88° LO: 73° <!– layout: {uuid=8fbdb25b-445c-49c3-9af6-5cfc50384af3, plid=2105596780, groupId=130949102, companyId=10155, createDate=null, modifiedDate=Mon May 21 14:20:10 GMT 2018, privateLayout=false, layoutId=481, parentLayoutId=0, name=Story, title=KSHB.com 41 Action News, description=, keywords=, robots=, type=portlet, typeSettings=default-asset-publisher-portlet-id=101_INSTANCE_d9VYxwIvJpkn sitemap-changefreq=daily last-import-date=1526912408970 show-alternate-links=true layout-template-id=scripps_responsive_stickySidebar_v2 column-31=56_INSTANCE_kgl05rUVl4HW,101_INSTANCE_d9VYxwIvJpkn,56_INSTANCE_1XeDhF3lvESj,56_INSTANCE_1Gjk2w4oqFKj,56_INSTANCE_8iOTgtKEbEjI…

Chinese-Made Cars Arrive in US Showrooms – New York Times

Saturday, January 30, 2016

To save articles or get newsletters, alerts or recommendations – all free. Don’t have an account yet?Create an account » Subscribed through iTunes and need an NYTimes.com account?Learn more » Need to connect your Home Delivery subscription to NYTimes.com?Link your subscription »

UPDATE: No strike at Ford Claycomo plant this weekend, local UAW president says – KSHB

Saturday, October 03, 2015

CLAYCOMO, Mo. – UPDATE, 10/3: UAW Local 249 President Jeff Wright said there will not be any strike this weekend. “There will not be any strike and work will go on as planned today and tomorrow,” Wright told 41 Action News. “The next step is to have the membership, or all hourly workers, vote on the tentative plan.” Wright said no date has been set for the vote.  —– ORIGINAL…

Delaware Auto Show lets shoppers dream big – The News Journal

Saturday, October 03, 2015

Robert Conniver sits in the driver’s seat of a 2016 Ford Fusion during the Delaware Auto Show at the Chase Center in Wilmington Saturday.(Photo: DANIEL SATO/THE NEWS JOURNAL) The 2015 Delaware Auto Show was a chance for serious buyers and window-shoppers to dream big about their next vehicle purchase. Some test drove luxury sports cars; others savored being able to view 2016 models months before the vehicles hit the roads….

The irreversible damage of Volkswagen’s stunning deceit – Salon

Saturday, October 03, 2015

Volkswagen’s ruse to circumvent U.S. auto emissions standards has left many wondering about the precise environmental impact of its cars, which emitted more pollutants than regulations allow. Although the extra pollution is impossible to quantify so soon, experts agree that although the amount is globally insignificant, it might add to Europe’s regional health concerns. On September 18 the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency discovered that four Volkswagen vehicles from model years…

Volkswagen Diesel Scandal 2015: Emissions Likely Killed Up To 94 People In The … – International Business Times

Saturday, October 03, 2015

Volkswagen’s pollution-control deception wasn’t victimless trickery; it likely killed from five to 20 people a year in the United States in recent years, according to a statistical analysis by the Associated Press. Software that the company admitted it programmed to get around government emissions limits allowed VW diesel cars to spew enough pollution to cause up to 94 U.S. deaths over the last seven years, the AP reported Saturday. The…

What was Volkswagen thinking? – The Week Magazine

Saturday, October 03, 2015

The smartest insight and analysis, from all perspectives, rounded up from around the web: Volkswagen’s scheme to cheat on emissions tests is “shaping up as one of the great corporate scandals of the age,” said Danny Hakim, Aaron Kessler, and Jack Ewing at The New York Times. The German automaker has admitted it installed sophisticated software in millions of diesel vehicles that allowed the cars to spew far more pollutants…

The irreversible damage of Volkswagen’s stunning deceit – Salon

Saturday, October 03, 2015

Volkswagen’s ruse to circumvent U.S. auto emissions standards has left many wondering about the precise environmental impact of its cars, which emitted more pollutants than regulations allow. Although the extra pollution is impossible to quantify so soon, experts agree that although the amount is globally insignificant, it might add to Europe’s regional health concerns. On September 18 the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency discovered that four Volkswagen vehicles from model years…

Are golf carts the future of electric vehicles? – CBS News

Saturday, October 03, 2015

Despite plummeting gas prices, more and more Americans are driving electric vehicles instead of cars. But we’re not talking about a Tesla or another trendy hybrid. They’re driving low-speed electric vehicles, more commonly known as golf carts. Many look more like miniature hot rods than a vehicle to get around golf greens. “I own two golf carts, one for me to go golfin’ in and one for me to take…

UAW, Ford Reach Tentative Deal Averting Plant Strike – Wall Street Journal

Saturday, October 03, 2015

ENLARGE The United Auto Workers union and Ford Motor Co. F 2.34 % reached a tentative contract agreement late Friday night, averting a strike set for Sunday at one of the auto maker’s pickup truck plants. Local 249 union members were preparing to walk off the job over a variety of unresolved issues at the Claycomo, Mo., plant which produces F-150 pickup trucks and Transit vans. Plants typically reach their…

GM plans $5.5B in cost cuts to help finance new mobility – Business Insider

Saturday, October 03, 2015

eapcontent.ap.orgFILE – In this Jan. 12, 2015 file photo, General Motors CEO Mary Barra talks about the 2016 Chevrolet Volt hybrid car at the North American International Auto Show, in Detroit. General Motors on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015 told investors it plans to cut $5.5 billion in manufacturing, purchasing and administrative costs during the next three years, helping to finance a big push into autonomous cars and car- and ride-sharing…

Toyota Prepares to Push the 2016 Tacoma as GM’s New Trucks Gain – Motley Fool

Saturday, October 03, 2015

The all-new 2016 Toyota Tacoma has begun arriving at U.S. dealers. Image source: Toyota Toyota (NYSE:TM) has an all-new version of its midsize Tacoma pickup for 2016. And it plans to make sure that everyone knows about it. The company is launching a major new ad campaign for its popular pickup, including new television ads that will debut on Monday.  Toyota executives told Automotive News that the campaign will be…

UAW faces tough road to salvage failed Fiat Chrysler deal – Automotive News

Saturday, October 03, 2015

Workers exit during a shift change at Fiat Chrysler’s truck assembly plant in Warren, Mich., on Thursday. A strong recovery at Detroit’s three automakers has failed to vanquish threats to union jobs from lower-wage workers in Mexico and non-union factories in the Southern United States. Photo credit: BLOOMBERG   …

Toyota Prepares to Push the 2016 Tacoma as GM’s New Trucks Gain – Motley Fool

Saturday, October 03, 2015

The all-new 2016 Toyota Tacoma has begun arriving at U.S. dealers. Image source: Toyota Toyota (NYSE:TM) has an all-new version of its midsize Tacoma pickup for 2016. And it plans to make sure that everyone knows about it. The company is launching a major new ad campaign for its popular pickup, including new television ads that will debut on Monday.  Toyota executives told Automotive News that the campaign will be…