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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 recall is affecting no less than 290,107 vehicles in the United States which include the 2011 – 2012 Saab 9-4X and the 2010 – 2015 Cadillac SRX, because of the ...
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Another three GM recalls announced
General Motors has announced another three separate recalls because of several problems which are covering 60,575 vehicles in North America. According to the North American based automaker, three new separate recall ...
Recall roundup: GM vehicles for chassis control module manufacturing defect
General Motors is still not out of the mud as the automotive giant has announced yet a new recall for a lot of its vehicles, because of a chassis control ...
Recall roundup: GM CNG vans
The North American based automotive giant General Motors has recently issued yet another recall, this time for its compressed natural gas powered vans, due to a potential fire risk. If you ...
Recall roundup: General Motors SUVs for power window failure leading to fire
The North American based automaker General Motors has issued yet another recall for several SUVs because of a problem with the power windows, which can lead to a potential fire. If ...
GM China sales up 13%
General Motors Co., which has China as its biggest selling market, revealed a 13% increase in sales last month, with Chevrolet and Wuling minivans taking the first two top positions. The ...
Global strategy for GM made public
With sales of more than 9 million vehicles globally every year, General Motors cannot use a one-size-fits-all strategy for the brand. Known for its Corvettes, big SUVs and small-block V-8s, ...
GM looks for alternative supplies after China factory blast
General Motors has asked its main Chinese supplier to find an alternative source of components after an explosion destroyed a factory, resulting in the death of 69 people. The accident ...
Total sales for GM up 9%
Even if GM is going through a recall that involves 30 million cars, its sales are turning up quite well. General Motors crossovers are up 26%, the SUVs – 32% ...
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Due to a feature embedded in their audio unit software, the cars produced by GM and Ford can actually rip audio CDs. The Alliance of Artists and Recording Companies filed a ...

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