Citing 13 Fatalities, GM Expands Ignition Switch Recall To 1.37 Million Vehicles

Citing 13 Fatalities, GM Expands Ignition Switch Recall To 1.37 Million Vehicles

When General Motors announced its recall of hundreds of thousands of Chevy Cobalt and Pontiac G5 vehicles for concerns about the ignition switch, it said the defect was tied to as many as six fatalities. Now the car company says the recall is significantly larger than originally believed and that a total of 13 people may have died as a result of the defect. [More]

Could GM’s Potentially Fatal Ignition Issue Have Been Fixed Seven Years Ago?

Could GM’s Potentially Fatal Ignition Issue Have Been Fixed Seven Years Ago?

General Motors recently recalled nearly 800,000 vehicles over concerns about possible ignition switch failures; a defect that may have resulted in multiple deaths. But a recently discovered report shows that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration was informed about the possibility of a problem back in 2007. [More]

GM Recalls 778K Vehicles After Fatalities Caused By Ignition Switching Off For No Reason

GM Recalls 778K Vehicles After Fatalities Caused By Ignition Switching Off For No Reason

No one wants their car to switch off while driving down the highway. That’s why General Motors announced Thursday that it’s recalling nearly 778,000 compact cars. [More]