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Extinction-Level Event, Craigslist Markup, Get A Free Donut

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Shoot us a Text.

It’s a fine Monday on this final week of February as we talk about the efforts to stave off a massive wave of potentially industry-killing EVs. We also get back to the new car markup debate on a new Lexus, as well as a sweet move to ease connectivity frustrations.
Show Notes with links:
In a unified stance against major disruption, a bipartisan group of lawmakers are advocating for Joe Biden to halt imports of low-cost Chinese autos from Mexico, fearing a catastrophic impact on the domestic auto industry.

  • The Alliance for American Manufacturing is also turning up the pressure to block Chinese EVs and parts imports from Mexico to protect U.S. industry from "extinction-level" threats.
  • Chinese vehicles, benefiting from strong government subsidies, could exploit a N.A. free trade agreements, potentially causing significant job losses in the U.S. which is why he group pressed U.S. Trade Rep Katherine Tai to increase the 27.5% tariff on Chinese vehicles
  • China's BYD is the largest target as they are setting up an EV factory in Mexico, as U.S. lawmakers call for increased tariffs and strategic restrictions on imports.
  • "The commercial backdoor left open to Chinese auto imports should be shut before it causes mass plant closures and job losses in the United States," warns the Alliance for American Manufacturing.

A Dallas-area Lexus dealership may be jumping the gun with a mark up on the not-yet-released 2024 GX model, a move that's getting some attention and reviving the conversation around new vehicle markups.

  • Before its arrival, an unknown Lexus dealership (or maybe just rogue employee) in Dallas posted a marked up 2024 GX at $27,250 over MSRP on Craigslist
  • The 2024 GX 550 Luxury's starting price is $77,250; with the markup, it's listed at $105,000.
  • The listing's ambiguity is causing speculation on whether a rogue salesperson or sales manager is to blame.
  • With the high demand for this new addition to the Lexus lineup, this isn’t likely to be the last markup attempt we see
  • The writer of the Jalopnik article Lawrence Hodge urges "Don’t indulge this. Don’t even pay a $1 over sticker. Wait, or don’t buy one at all," advises against encouraging dealer markups.

In a creative twist, Krispy Kreme turned a nationwide cell phone outage into an opportunity to earn some tasty goodwill as they offered free doughnuts as a "sweet relief" to disconnected Americans

  • Krispy Kreme offered free Original Glazed® doughnuts during a major AT&T. cell phone outage with no purchase necessary
  • The promotion, announced on Facebook, aimed to provide comfort amidst the inconvenience, inviting customers to "Look for the Hot Light!".

Hosts: Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier
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Shoot us a Text.

It’s a fine Monday on this final week of February as we talk about the efforts to stave off a massive wave of potentially industry-killing EVs. We also get back to the new car markup debate on a new Lexus, as well as a sweet move to ease connectivity frustrations.
Show Notes with links:
In a unified stance against major disruption, a bipartisan group of lawmakers are advocating for Joe Biden to halt imports of low-cost Chinese autos from Mexico, fearing a catastrophic impact on the domestic auto industry.

  • The Alliance for American Manufacturing is also turning up the pressure to block Chinese EVs and parts imports from Mexico to protect U.S. industry from "extinction-level" threats.
  • Chinese vehicles, benefiting from strong government subsidies, could exploit a N.A. free trade agreements, potentially causing significant job losses in the U.S. which is why he group pressed U.S. Trade Rep Katherine Tai to increase the 27.5% tariff on Chinese vehicles
  • China's BYD is the largest target as they are setting up an EV factory in Mexico, as U.S. lawmakers call for increased tariffs and strategic restrictions on imports.
  • "The commercial backdoor left open to Chinese auto imports should be shut before it causes mass plant closures and job losses in the United States," warns the Alliance for American Manufacturing.

A Dallas-area Lexus dealership may be jumping the gun with a mark up on the not-yet-released 2024 GX model, a move that's getting some attention and reviving the conversation around new vehicle markups.

  • Before its arrival, an unknown Lexus dealership (or maybe just rogue employee) in Dallas posted a marked up 2024 GX at $27,250 over MSRP on Craigslist
  • The 2024 GX 550 Luxury's starting price is $77,250; with the markup, it's listed at $105,000.
  • The listing's ambiguity is causing speculation on whether a rogue salesperson or sales manager is to blame.
  • With the high demand for this new addition to the Lexus lineup, this isn’t likely to be the last markup attempt we see
  • The writer of the Jalopnik article Lawrence Hodge urges "Don’t indulge this. Don’t even pay a $1 over sticker. Wait, or don’t buy one at all," advises against encouraging dealer markups.

In a creative twist, Krispy Kreme turned a nationwide cell phone outage into an opportunity to earn some tasty goodwill as they offered free doughnuts as a "sweet relief" to disconnected Americans

  • Krispy Kreme offered free Original Glazed® doughnuts during a major AT&T. cell phone outage with no purchase necessary
  • The promotion, announced on Facebook, aimed to provide comfort amidst the inconvenience, inviting customers to "Look for the Hot Light!".

Hosts: Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier
Get the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/

JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/

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