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UAW worried about slumping sedan sales

The United Auto Workers (UAW) union is worried about the impact the decline of sedans will have on jobs in the United States. "We are tracking it and we are addressing it," UAW president Dennis Williams told Reuters. He added he's in talks with General Motors to find a solution that would preserve as many jobs as possible.   

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Ford Fiesta axed in America

Ford has confirmed it will stop selling the tiny Fiesta in the United States. "In North America, especially the U.S., the demand for such vehicles is declining, and we are reacting accordingly," the company said.   

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GM launches in-vehicle app development tool

General Motors announced Friday the launch of its GM Dev Client--an in-vehicle testing app which gives authorized developers the ability to test their applications in an actual GM car. Interested developers can register at developer.gm.com.   

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2018 Infiniti Q50 to start at $35,105

Infiniti announced Friday that the 2018 Q50 2.0t PURE model will start at $34,200 plus destination. The range-topping Red Sport 400 AWD will start at $53,000 and the 360-horsepower Hybrid at $50,600.   

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Next Jeep Wrangler getting power sliding hard top

Jeep is serious about modernizing the Wrangler. The next-generation model -- which is known as the JL internally -- will be optionally available with a power sliding hardtop, a first in the model's long history.   

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New XC40 will be the most colorful Volvo ever

Volvo promises the new XC40 will be its most colorful model ever. Volvo promises the SUV will offer "a broad selection of possible color combinations range from a solid, monochromatic theme, to dual compositions in vivid colors that lends themselves to self-expression." The interior will "deliver a truly youthful and premium feel."   

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