The North American based automaker Chevrolet is currently recalling a number of Camaro muscle cars in the United States, because of the airbag warning stickers which may peel off.
Over the years we have seen some weird recalls, including the one of the 2014 Honda Odyssey, because of its emblem being stalled incorrectly in some vehicles, on the passenger’s side of the tailgate and now we have another example of a useless recall, which will affect some examples of the Chevrolet Camaro, in the United States. According to the guys at Edmunds, a total of 18,941 units of the Chevrolet Camaro will be affected by this recall and the vehicles’ owners will have to take a trip back to the dealers.
Our source is saying that the reason for issuing the recall is the warning sticker on the sun visor, which may peel off. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that the driver and front seat passenger may not be warned of the risks of airbag deployment so the risk of injury in case of a crash will increase. A total of 18,941 units of the Camaro will be affected by this recall in the U.S. The vehicles in question have been assembled between July 9 and September 6, 2013.