General Motors is offering a free repair to any vehicle owner having issues removing their key from the ignition. Continue Reading...
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In the wake of its 2.6-million vehicle ignition switch recall, GM conducted testing on the affected cars and is ensuring customers that they are safe to drive, with a caveat. Continue Reading...
The GM recall has officially gone from snowball to avalanche. Continue Reading...
General Motors‘ ignition switch recall just got a whole lot bigger. Continue Reading...
Several of the GM ignition switch-related deaths could have been avoided had the American automaker done an earlier recall. Continue Reading...
Things might be getting hotter for General Motors in regards to its recent ignition switch debacle. Continue Reading...
GM is expanding an existing recall of 2003 through 2007 models to correct an ignition-switch defect. Continue Reading...
With nearly one million models sold in six years, the last Chevrolet Cobalt will roll off the production line this week. The Cobalt has been manufactured at GM’s Lordstown assembly plant since its launch in 2004 but was never attained the success of the Cavalier it replaced. An uncompetitive vehicle compared to segment leaders like… Continue Reading...
In a sign that the Cash-for-Clunkers program is working and that car sales are finally starting to turn a corner, General Motors has announced that it is increasing production and adding overtime shifts at several plants. Shifts will be added at GM’s CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada and at the Lordstown, Ohio plant. The… Continue Reading...