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General Motors will pay out millions in compensation to victims and their families of crashes related to faulty ignition switches.
The airbag recall that saw Toyota fixing 1.73 million vehicles is expanding to include roughly three million vehicles from Honda, Nissan and Mazda.
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.
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.
General Motors is apologizing to the families of victims of fatal crashes linked to the ignition switch recall who received recall notices for the crashed vehicles.
The number of crashes acknowledged by GM to be related to faulty ignition switches now sits at 47.
Good press for Chinese manufacturing is hard to come by these days. American consumers have faced numerous issues with products imported from the country. Lead-laced toys, melamine-tainted toothpaste and pet-food recalls are a few incidents that come to mind. But what about tires? Should you trust your life to bargain rubber?
There’s more fallout from General Motors’ toxic ignition recall. Another high-level engineer is stepping down from his post.
General Motors is offering employee pricing to people who own a vehicle being recalled as part of its controversial ignition switch campaign, but there’s a catch.
Amid executing a recall covering 2.6 million vehicles, General Motors’ first quarter net income sank 86 percent compared to the same period a year ago.
Parts are on the way to repair the roughly 2.6 million vehicles affected by GM’s ignition switch recall.
GM’s ongoing ignition switch scandal has left it with more than a bit of egg on the face; try an entire omelet.
Two General Motors engineers are being put on paid leave as the company continues its internal ignition switch investigation. Continue Reading…
The highly controverisal recall campaign that put General Motors in an unpleasant spotlight begins this week.
Every one of Porsche’s already-built 2014 911 GT3 sports cars will undergo an engine replacement.