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  • GM halts Chevrolet Cruze sales over air bag problem; recalls expected

    GM halts Chevrolet Cruze sales over air bag problem; recalls expected
    General Motors Co. has told Chevrolet dealers to stop selling 2013-14 Chevy Cruze sedans because of an air bag problem.  Some vehicles have a driver's-side airbag inflator that was assembled with an incorrect part, GM spokesman James Cain said. GM...
  • Less Than Halfway Through the Year, U.S. Breaks Auto-Recall Record

     
    Yep, it's June 24 ??? 48 percent of the way through 2014 ??? and there have been more automotive recalls in the U.S. than in any full year. Ever. The Detroit News reports that with this week's latest airbag recall,......
  • GM's Barra says more recalls possible as automaker reviews data

    GM's Barra says more recalls possible as automaker reviews data
    General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra said on Thursday more recalls are possible as the No. 1 U.S. automaker grapples with a series of safety problems that have prompted the recall of 20 million cars. Barra's comments in an interview with NBC came a...
  • Hyundai recalling 419,000 vehicles for three defects

    Hyundai recalling 419,000 vehicles for three defects
    Hyundai is recalling more than 419,000 vehicles to correct three different defects. The largest of the three recalls is for the 2001-06 Santa Fe crossover sport utility vehicle. Hyundai is recalling 225,000 of these models in 21 “salt belt”...
  • GM, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Nissan see auto sales zoom in July

    GM, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, Nissan see auto sales zoom in July
    Automakers posted one of the best months in years for auto sales in July, with General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota and Nissan all reporting big gains. By the time all the numbers are tallied Friday, automakers are expected to have sold around 1.5...
  • Spending: what's behind all the recalls

    If you think you've heard more news about recalls lately, you're right. General Motors alone has recalled more than 25 million vehicles since January -- including a highly publicized recall for faulty ignition switches that led to 13 deaths. Not all...
  • GM compensation fund will pay millions to switch-defect victims

    GM compensation fund will pay millions to switch-defect victims
    A special victims-compensation consultant hired by General Motors announced the details of a sweeping program to pay for the deaths and injuries caused by faulty ignition switches in millions of the automaker’s small cars. Attorney Kenneth...
  • GM will pay $20K to over $5M per victim in ignition switch cases

    GM will pay $20K to over $5M per victim in ignition switch cases
    A special victims-compensation consultant hired by General Motors announced the details of a sweeping program to pay for the deaths and injuries caused by faulty ignition switches in millions of the automaker’s small cars. Attorney Kenneth...
  • GM recalls 7.6 million more cars, mainly for ignition switch issues

    GM recalls 7.6 million more cars, mainly for ignition switch issues
    General Motors has expanded its ignition switch recall to encompass 7.6 million more U.S. vehicles made from 1997 to 2014. GM, the world’s second largest automaker, has now recalled 29 million vehicles this year. More than half of them were...
  • GM recalls 7.6 million more cars, most for ignition switch issue

    GM recalls 7.6 million more cars, most for ignition switch issue
    General Motors said Monday that it will recall an additional 7.6 million vehicles in the U.S. for ignition problems and other safety defects. This latest round of recalls includes 6.8 million older cars, because the ignition switch in these vehicles can...
  • GM fund to pay millions to victims of faulty ignition switches

    GM fund to pay millions to victims of faulty ignition switches
    General Motors Co. will pay millions of dollars to victims in crashes caused by faulty ignition switches, the automaker's latest effort to move quickly past a mounting auto safety scandal. The program, outlined Monday by Kenneth Feinberg, a victims'...