If 25 percent tariffs are fully assessed against imported parts and vehicles, such as these Toyotas at a dealer in California, and they include Canada and Mexico, the price of imported vehicles would rise more than 17 percent, or around $5,000 each, according to forecasts from IHS Markit. (Associated Press)

If 25 percent tariffs are fully assessed against imported parts and vehicles, such as these Toyotas at a dealer in California, and they include Canada and Mexico, the price of imported vehicles would rise more than 17 percent, or around $5,000 each, according to forecasts from IHS Markit. (Associated Press)

U.S. automakers to Trump: Don’t slap tariffs on imported cars

They worry about retaliatory tariffs that the affected nations would impose on U.S. vehicles.

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