The Next Phase of Production Begins In Weeks
The six-week 2023 UAW strike has ended between union auto workers and their automakers, including those represented by Stellantis. Jeep, Dodge, Ram and other brands will not have problems going forward. While for some rides, a minor slow down affected some production and the truth is if the strike had gone on any longer then it would have caused a longer delay in 2024 model year vehicle arrivals. Ford, a rival brand, as well as General Motors, were also facing similar bouts of timing delays.
More news has emerged regarding the agreements; a 25% pay raise and four-day work week were included for workers at Ford and the details for Stellantis have been in the works with finalization coming in time per ratification, signatures, and implementation. Even U.S. President Biden was at the forefront in showing support towards the autoworkers as the “big three” automakers were forced to succumb to the pressures of workers flat out going “you better have my money!” This really is a huge win for our buyers as they will soon be driving the fruits of these workers’ labor. In regards to where this puts EVs, they are safe though the details are yet to be fully revealed for the next generation of Dodge vehicles, but they are bound to renew the dominance Dodge has started this decade establishing.
Doing More For All the Buyers Out There
This 2023 strike has been for many automotive brands a wake-up call to prop up the big reasons that this year has been a wild one. Jumps to cover pay gaps and restore a balance of work-life and an outlook for workers is a present day problem. In a win for all things automotive, those involved have put their efforts towards revolving a much needed bump in resources. Some of the perks reigned in by the UAW (United Auto Workers) included cost-of-living adjustments, new accelerated promotion to the top of the pay scale and improved retirement benefits. From the beginning of the strike, UAW President Shawn Fain led the way in hard-nosed talks that came to an end during the final days of October.
As the strike is now behind us, the future in regards to electric vehicles still stands as part of the agreement included a say in preserving jobs that could be thought to be replaced by technological advances. The result is a strengthened resolve to complete the expansion of EVs and still maintain a workforce as production shifts towards the future in 2024 and beyond!
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This year, get ready to make heads turn with our strong muscle line-up of new Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger models. Come to Miami Lakes Automall to get started where our professional team is here to make your muscle car dream a reality. Our sales staff is ready to help with any leasing, buying or trade-in options.
Are you dealing with on-going vehicle issues with your current vehicle? Not sure how to handle the repairs? If your vehicle isn’t running properly, let us help keep it going. We’re here to help with a trip to our service center. We’re open every day to assist our customers to find everything they could use.
Dealing with some vehicle issues? If your vehicle isn’t running properly, let us help keep it going. We’re here to help with a simple online reservation and a trip to our service center. We’re open every day to assist our customers to find everything they need.