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New lawsuit for General Motors over faulty ignition switches


A Texas lawyer has filed a lawsuit against GM on behalf of 658 people who have been either injured, or killed in crashes allegedly caused by faulty ignition switches. The lawsuit names 29 people who were killed in crashes and 629 who were hurt, attorney Robert Hilliard saying that he will ask the judges for permission to add another 248 cases ...
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Recall roundup: Nissan vehicles for Takata airbag inflators
Nissan has issued a recall involving several vehicles because of the faulty Takata airbag inflators. The newest car manufacturer to be affected by the faulty Takata airbag inflators is Nissan which ...
Recall roundup: Hyundai Sonata
The Hyundai Sonata models are currently being affected by a recall which has been recently announced by the company because of the shift cable in the transmission, which may detach ...
Recall roundup: Fiat 500L
Fiat has issued a recall for almost 30,000 units of the 500L across the United States and Canada because of a problem with the knee airbags. According to the car manufacturer, ...
Recall roundup: Suzuki cars made by GM in South Korea
The Japanese based automaker Suzuki has recently announced a recall for the Verona, which is basically an expansion of an earlier recall. According to the car manufacturer, approximately 26,000 units of ...
US: IIHS tests some small cars, surprise results inside
According to the Safety Institute, the only car from about a dozen small vehicles to get its coveted "Top Safety Pick+" award was GM’s Chevrolet Volt. Meanwhile, Mazda’s 5 compact ...
Recall roundup: Volkswagen Golf VII GTI
Volkswagen has issued a recall for the new generation of the Golf GTI in the United States because of some problems found with the front stabilizer rods. According to the National ...
Recall roundup: Faulty Takata inflators affecting Mazda6 and RX-8 vehicles
Mazda has officially announced a series of recalls for its vehicles because of the faulty Takata airbag inflators, which are affecting the Mazda6 and the RX-8. The North American division of ...
US: NHTSA probes older model year Chevrolet Impala
General Motors seems unable to shed the safety problems that originated with the reveal that 2.6 million cars equipped with a potentially fatal ignition switch were recalled at least a ...
General Motors – 6 new recalls announced
General Motors is continuing to announce new recalls with six separate campaigns which are covering nearly three quarters of a million cars found on U.S. roads. The first recall is affecting ...



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