GM has recalled nearly 29 million vehicles this year, but the company is refusing to recall another 6 million pickup trucks that have brake line issues.
Commonly known as GM, this Detroit based giant was the worlds largest automaker based on sales in 2011. GM distributes cars worldwide through its many subsidiary brands, the big ones being Chevrolet, GMC, Buick, Cadillac, Opel, Vauxhall and Holden. GM also lays claim to the longest built car nameplate with the Suburban.
Auto production plants usually shut down for about two weeks in July to provide employees with a vacation and to give the company time to upgrade or inspect their facilities, but strong sales are leaving no extra time to stop the assembly line.
On American Independence Day, better known as the 4th of July, we celebrate everything to do with the United States of America, and where would this nation be without its cars.
Could General Motors have avoided a massive recall by listening to its customers 17 years ago?
General Motors‘ woes continue as a chemical explosion at one of its plants has killed one person and injured eight others.
Nearly 8.5-million vehicles have been recalled by General Motors globally.
General Motors will pay out millions in compensation to victims and their families of crashes related to faulty ignition switches.
So much for more recalls from GM being just a possibility. The American automaker has announced four more recalls that affects 428,211 vehicles in the U.S.
The light at the end of the tunnel for General Motors still isn’t in sight when it comes to recalls.
GM is hoping incentives and bonuses will inspire its dealerships to speed up the repair of cars recalled for faulty ignition switches.
A new class-action lawsuit has been filed against General Motors alleging that the recent recall crisis has tarnished the brand’s reputation enough to degrade the value of all new GM vehicles.
General Motors has only repaired a small fraction of the 2.59-million vehicles that are part of the massive ignition switch recall.
General Motors is recalling another bevy of vehicles, totaling 3.2 million, because the key can inadvertently slip out of the ‘run’ position.
The Ford F-150 is the most patented truck in the American automaker’s history, so how will its competition catch up?
Smartphone apps can be social and helpful, but GM China is working on one that’s just plain creepy.
Saab as we used to know it is gone, but its vehicles can still come under a recall and that’s exactly what’s happening today.
The recalls are still coming from General Motors, with the latest affecting 581,367 vehicles driving the total number of recalled GM products in 2014 to 16.4 million in North America.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra is looking to avoid another embarrassment when she takes the stand next week to testify before Congress.
General Motors is no longer being fined $7,000 per day by federal safety regulators for failing to provide adequate information in the controversial ignition switch recall and subsequent investigation.
There was a time when American automakers needed bailing out, and now those same automakers are giving back.
General Motors released the results of an internal investigation into its recall practices yesterday shortly after ending a press conference where reporters were told to refer to the yet-unreleased report. This is why.
General Motors has announced that 15 employees have been fired from the company because of their actions related to the ignition switch recall.
Results from an internal investigation looking into the untimely ignition switch recall at GM have been released, finding that incompetence and misdiagnosis, not a conspiracy, were the root causes.
The results from an internal investigation looking into the untimely recall of General Motors vehicles with faulty ignition switches will be released Thursday according to the company.