GM's Arlington, Texas, plant produces the Chevrolet Tahoe PPV and the consumer Tahoe. (Photo: General Motors) -

GM's Arlington, Texas, plant produces the Chevrolet Tahoe PPV and the consumer Tahoe. (Photo: General Motors)

Last fall, United Auto Workers union members went on strike at General Motors plants. As a result of lost production, GM has had to cancel some orders for the Chevrolet Tahoe PPV (Police Pursuit Vehicle).

“With the strike, we lost 40 days of production. Now that the plant is running again, they have increased the production run rate to recoup as much lost production as possible. However, with the impending changeover to the all-new Tahoe in the second quarter, the reality is we will not be able to recoup all of that production,” Monte Doran, manager, Chevrolet truck communications, told POLICE sister publication Government Fleet.

The Chevrolet Tahoe is produced at GM’s Arlington, Texas plant. Doran noted that production impacts are the same for the retail and PPV versions of the Tahoe, as they are produced concurrently on the same line.

“The team and our dealers have been working with affected customers on a case-by-case basis, to see what can be done to address their needs,” Doran said.

 

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