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Although it looks like complaint data was handled improperly regarding GM’s ignition switch recall, no employees have been fired or disciplined at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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 is recalling another bevy of vehicles, totaling 3.2 million, because the key can inadvertently slip out of the ‘run’ position.
GM is facing lawsuits over the damaged value of cars with faulty ignition switches, and today a federal judicial panel ruled that they will be heard in Manhattan.
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.
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.
As if fire risks and faulty ignition switches weren’t enough, General Motors is now calling back more cars for a completely separate issue.
General Motors is currently dealing with internal and independent reviews of its recall procedures, and it seems that all the attention has dug up a few more issues. Continue Reading…
GM plans to offer $500 cash discounts off of a new car purchase to anyone who owns a vehicle which is affected by the brand’s ignition switch recall.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has sent General Motors a 27-page letter containing 107 questions requesting information to further its inquest on whether or not GM waited too long to recall 1.6 million vehicles.