GM has issued another massive recall involving vehicle safety systems. The latest GM recall recently announced by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) affects 4.3 million vehicles worldwide, including 3.6 million in the United States, and involves defective software that could prevent airbags from deploying and seat belts from
Fiat Chrysler has had a very expensive last week after it voluntarily recalled over 3 million vehicles, was ordered to buy back half a million defective pickup trucks and was assessed the largest-ever fine against an automaker in U. S. history. 3.1 million vehicles recalled over defective software and airbags
Things have gone from bad to worse for GM since its massive ignition switch recall in February 2014. Thirteen deaths, which could turn out to be a grossly underreported number, and a more than 10-year delay by GM before recalling over 1.6 million defective vehicles has prompted numerous investigations into
GM finally issued two recalls involving six model vehicles built between 2003 and 2007 for a defective ignition switch problem that has caused 31 accidents and 13 deaths. The massive recall includes over 1.37 million vehicles in the United States and another quarter of a million in Canada and Mexico.