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GM to advise Pontiac, Saab owners against having front passengers


The largest US automaker, General Motors, plans to rally to Toyota’s request to disallow front rides in certain car models, affected by the recall campaigns stemming from the defective Takata airbag inflators. GM has been widely panned for its recall record this year – which has been triggered by the decade-late safety campaign of 2.6 million cars equipped with defective ignition ...
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New GM recalls affecting 524k vehicles
Another two recalls have been announced by the North American based automotive giant, General Motors, because of the manufacturing defect in the chassis control module and the hood latches. The first ...
Saab’s parent decides to let go workers while searching for investors
The Swedish automaker’s saga continues with a new chapter - China's National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), now the owner of the brand, has decided to fire up to 200 people ...
Saab carmaker NEVS wins creditor protection
China’s National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), the owner of the Saab automaker since 2012, has won protection from creditors thanks to a Swedish ruling last Friday. The company asked for ...
Saab owner files for creditor protection, Swedish court rejects it
The tumultuous recent history of the well-known Scandinavian automaker has entered yet another unfortunate chapter. NEVS, the Chinese backed owner of the brand has filled – unsuccessfully – for protection ...
Saab 9-3 EV prototype officially unveiled
The first images and details with the new Saab 9-3 EV prototype have been recently released by NEVS. Did you ever wonder what the new Saab 9-3 electric vehicle might look ...
Saab and its new owner are in trouble
The National Electric Vehicle Sweden company, Saab’s most recent owner, has had trouble maintaining production of the Saab cars and is now in search of a partner. Back in September 2013, ...
Sweden: Saab output stopped because of cash shortage
China's National Electric Vehicle Sweden, which is the current owner of the car brand and assets of Sweden’s Saab, has announced it decided to halt the already very small volume ...
Saab starts making the electric 9-3
After it was bought by Chinese-Swedish company National Electric Vehicles Sweden, Saab began recovering its fortune slightly and started rebuilding the rather old 9-3 model. Now, the NEVS parent has green ...
Saab sees revival through electric cars and China sales
Although merely a year has passed since it went out of bankruptcy and with just two cars a day rolling off its production line, Saab is betting on a yet ...



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