3 weeks after GM strike, dealers await 2020 models, cut back hours

General Motors Co. dealers are still dealing with the aftereffects of a six-week strike by the United Auto Workers.

Three weeks after the walkout ended, dealers have begun getting some of the parts needed for service departments and body shops. And though the inventory of new cars and trucks remained fairly robust during the shutdown, some dealers are concerned about a lag in new deliveries as production gets back up to speed and car-haulers make their way to showrooms.