Highlights from the original ‘Day by day Force’ podcasts, Aug. 7-10

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Listed below are highlights from the original episodes of ‘Day by day Force’, Car Information‘ weekday podcast, Aug. 7-10, hosted via Jamie Butters with Kellen Walker.

“This kind of program is a no-brainer. I mean, Volvo is bringing the EX30 to the U.S. next year, and it’s going to be the least expensive Volvo ever produced.” — Urvaksh Karkaria, Car Information reporter, on Volvo’s plan to side-step dear U.S. price lists on automobiles made in China

“I think we’re still in that concentric circle where people can still add on with what they’ve got and really add value without adding a ton of costs.” — Stephen Dietrich, spouse with Holland & Knight, at the dealership buy-sell marketplace in 2022 and proceeding traits thus far in 2023

“I think for a lot of Americans, this has kind of gone on a little bit under their nose, and they don’t realize the amount of progress that has really taken place in the last decade or so of testing.” — Jeff Farrah, government director of the Self sufficient Car Trade Affiliation, on efforts to restore federal regulation governing AVs and the defect of anti-AV sentiment

“It’s time that our workers get their equitable share in this economy, and they’re able to achieve economic justice.” — UAW President Shawn Fain speaking with Car Information reporter Michael Martinez in regards to the union’s calls for in assurance negotiations with the Detroit 3

— Concentrate to those and alternative presentations at autonews.com/dailydrive.

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