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    15. Chevrolet Suburban C1500 http://www.gmpartscenter.net/auto-parts/chevrolet/suburban-c1500 The Chevrolet Suburban C1500 is a half-ton SUV that carries a nameplate that has been used consecutively since 1933. These trucks are perfect for family outings and carrying a lot of cargo like camping or sporting equipment. They have towing and hauling capacity. When you replace any worn out part on your C1500, you like to use genuine OEM parts in order to get the replacement part that is the same as the factory part. GMPartsCenter.net carries replacement C1500 parts. Steering – Trying to get your Suburban around a corner without power steering assistance is a lot of work. If the power steering pump in your truck goes out, you will need to replace it as soon as you can. We have replacement…

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    Chevrolet began its inception in the automobile industry in 1911 with the goal of competing with Ford’s Model T. Because of some differences among the Chevrolet company owners, Louis Chevrolet eventually left the company; however, the name endured. Chevrolet was purchased by GM Motors in 1918 (Ferrell & Hartline, 2014). The initial goal to compete with the Model T came to fruition in 1915 when Chevrolet sold its first vehicle for $490.00, which was the same price as Ford’s Model T. The diverse…

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    on March 30, 1996. The date was eventful for many reasons. There were many issues going on in the world at this time and this paper will take a look at four separate but interesting events. The first issue we will discuss is the President of the United States trying to change policy on the distribution of new cancer pills; the president wants to speed up the process. Secondly, it will cover a big ladies’ college basketball game between two rival schools, the University of Connecticut Huskies…

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    After sharing its model name with its Chevrolet counterpart for nearly 65 years, the GMC Suburban was renamed the GMC Yukon XL in 2000. This SUV is similar to the current Chevrolet Suburban. Like the short wheelbase GMC Yukon, the Yukon XL is based on the same boxed frame underpinning GM’s full-size pickup trucks, including the GMC Sierra 2500HD. 2015 to Present: GMC Yukon XL Fully redesigned for 2015, the third generation GMC Yukon XL offers seating for up to nine and is available in SLE, SLT…

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    Environmental Impact of the American Auto Industry Introduction The automotive industry has grown to be a dominate force in the American industrial landscape. This dominant stance is accompanied by a significant impact upon the environment of the world. The global market for the sale and production of automobiles has ushered in stiff competition the world over. The dominant forces in the industry have seen new manufactures challenge and in some cases overtake the entrenched manufacturers of old.…

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    American Auto Industry The effect of competition in every industry in the market have brought different benefits to the consumers, such as product quality, lower price and varied products to choose. These are the direct results of healthy competitions in every industry in the globe. And that includes the automobile industry. This essay delves into subject of environmental challenges the American auto industry is facing in terms of global competition, new technologies used, the effect of…

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    Corporation had, while the latter was an accumulation of lucrative assets. Barely four years (and close to $25 billion in profits) after accepting government money, General Motors is in hot water once again; facing a criminal indictment (that stemmed from actions taken more than a decade prior). This something I have written quite a bit about, and I can honestly say it is the most overtly immoral move I have ever seen a company make. In 2002, a supplier denounces the proposed ignition switches…

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    Henry Ford, with his genius concepts of the assembly line and interchangeable parts, create the American auto industry in Detroit in the early 1900’s. Throughout the 20th century, the industry flourished and floundered. Numerous unique factors impact the auto industry. Below is a summary of the following factors as they relate to the auto industry: government regulations, the US economy and globalization, technology, and socio-cultural influences. Government Regulations While Americans have…

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    The Ford Mustang has been an American icon since Ford introduced it as a 2-seat concept car at the world's fair, built on the compact Ford Falcon platform in 1962. The car evolved into a 4-seater and was officially released partway through 1964 as a 1965 model. Ford’s intention with the Mustang was to fill a gap between the average commuter car and the Corvette. The Mustang inspired a new class of cars referred to as “pony cars.” Pony cars were affordable compact cars with sporty styling and an…

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    Environmental Challenges Faced by the American Auto Industry Daryle Brown In this paper, I will review the environmental challenges faced by the American Auto Industry in today’s market. Car sales overall are doing well at the moment, but the industry in general, and American companies in particular, do face a unique set of challenges. Global competition 2015 was a good year for car sales in the US. Likely due to reasonable gas prices, sales overall increased quite a bit. The…

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