Tag: Mexico

2021 Jeep Renegade Goes For Bronze In Mexico With New Special Edition

FCA has expanded its Jeep Renegade family in Mexico, with the introduction of the new Bronze Edition. The 2021 model builds on the range-topping Limited and has an identical starting price of 489,900 Mexican pesos (equal to $23,845), joining the 409,900 and 444,900 pesos ($19,950 and $21,265) Sport and Latitude. Painted in Deep Brown, it […]

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Ford Already Increasing All-Electric F-150 Production Plans By 50 Per Cent

The all-electric F-150 pickup truck will arrive in U.S. dealerships in mid-2022 at the earliest, but Ford has already decided it needs to significantly increase the initial production capacity. Citing “strong early interest” in the model since the September announcement, Ford said it is now increasing production plans by 50 percent versus original plans. To […]

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2021 Ram 700 Is A Rebadged Fiat Strada For Mexico, Other Latin American Markets

Say hello to the all-new Ram 700 small unibody pickup, a rebadged second-generation Fiat Strada that will be sold in 14 Latin American markets, including Mexico. Based on the Fiat Strada launched in April this year in Brazil and Argentina (where the Fiat brand is more popular), the 2021 Ram 700 is a classic case […]

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Mexico’s 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Armored Can Help You Survive The Bad Guys

This Jeep Grand Cherokee doesn’t look different, yet beneath the white paint finish, it sports ballistic protection straight from the factory, and it is a milestone vehicle, being the 1,000th of its kind to have been produced by FCA Mexico. It features NIJ-IIIA armor, including 19-mm (0.75 in) thick multilayer glass with polyvinyl inserts, an […]

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Daimler To Stop Building Mercedes-Benz Sedans In U.S. And Mexico

Daimler has revealed it will stop production of Mercedes-Benz sedans in the United States and Mexico as it looks to cut costs and streamline production. The German automaker made the announcement when revealing that it is shaping up to post an operating loss of €1.68 billion ($1.91 billion) in the second quarter. In addition, it […]

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Ford Calls New Coronavirus-Related Restrictions At Mexican Factories “Not Sustainable”

Ford has taken issue with the new staffing restrictions imposed on factories building car parts in Mexico due to the coronavirus, going as far as calling them “not sustainable”. Factories in the Mexican state of Chihuahua, where Ford has an engine plant and many auto parts suppliers, are ordered to limit the employee attendance to […]

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