General Motors has officially linked 13 fatalities to its faulty ignition switches, but a new report suggests that number is much higher. Continue Reading...
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Suzuki has announced a recall that affects 184,000 vehicles, all of which were manufactured by General Motors and rebadged as Suzuki products. Continue Reading...
It appears that General Motors has a rough road ahead of itself as a result of the massive ignition switch recall. Continue Reading...
In the wake of GM’s massive 2014 recall campaign, Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne has asked independent consultants to take a look at how his company approaches safety. Continue Reading...
General Motors has agreed to pay a fine of $35 million to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for delaying a recall of 2.6 million vehicles Continue Reading...
The GM recall has officially gone from snowball to avalanche. Continue Reading...
GM’s ongoing ignition switch scandal has left it with more than a bit of egg on the face; try an entire omelet. Continue Reading...
General Motors is now facing a fine of $7,000 per day starting from April 3. Continue Reading...
General Motors CEO Mary Barra is Saturday Night Live‘s latest victim. Continue Reading...
Nearly 2.6-million GM owners worldwide might be told to park their vehicles until they’re fixed due to a recent recall. Continue Reading...
General Motors‘ ignition switch recall just got a whole lot bigger. Continue Reading...
If the public had access to automaker’s early-warning safety filings with federal regulators, lives could be saved. Continue Reading...
General Motors has announced a new recall that affects a lot of nameplates, and just a few vehicles. Continue Reading...
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...
The United States Justice Department is launching an investigation into how General Motors handled the recall of 1.6 million vehicles that were equipped with faulty ignition switches. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
General Motors CEO Mary Barra has issued out a statement concerning the recent ignition-switch recall that ultimately affected 1.6-million vehicles. Continue Reading...
General Motors conducted a recall for the Chevy Cobalt and Pontiac G6 just last week, despite knowing about the issue with cars way back in 2004. Continue Reading...
Following an investigation of General Motors vehicles with a transmission flaw, federal safety administrators are considering recalling another 1 million vehicles due to faulty electronics. Continue Reading...
About 54,686 General Motors vehicles are being recalled, regarding issues with the vehicle’s shift lock module that can allow them to be shifted from park when the brakes are not applied and the key is not in the ignition, leading to the possibility of a them rolling away. Continue Reading...
A recall has been issued today for model Chevrolet Malibu and Pontiac G6 vehicles built between 2008 and 2010, as well as Saturn Auras built from 2007 to 2010 because of a transmission flaw. Continue Reading...
Over 249,000 SUVs are being recalled for a possible fire risk with the window and door lock switches for vehicles sold or registered in 20 states and Washington, D.C. where salt and other chemicals are used to clear roads in the winter. Continue Reading...
GM is recalling 10,000 trucks and SUVs that have been impacted by two safety issues worldwide. The majority of the recalls are for the 2011 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon (9,215 combined) that could roll away when shifted into park due to a faulty part manufactured in China. The recall will be officially issued out… Continue Reading...
General Motors has announced a massive recall of 1.5 million vehicles over concern that their heated windshield washer fluid system could catch fire. No solution for the problem is available and so GM will give owners a $100 rebate (yup, $150 million in total) for the loss of the feature on their vehicle. GM had… Continue Reading...