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Five new separate recalls for General Motors announced


Toyota has lost its crown as the “recall king” as the North American based automotive giant General Motors has issued five more recalls for separate problems, covering 2.7m cars. Things at General Motors are going from bad to worse as five new separate recalls have been announced by the company. The biggest one includes 2,440,524 units of the Chevrolet Malibu, Chevrolet ...
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