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Recalling The Recall: GM Clarifies The 2014 CTS Recall

Jul 02 2014 04:30 PM | GM News
Time for a bit of an inception moment. Today, General Motors is recalling one of their recalls that was issued on Monday. The company explained that the one pertaining to the 2014 CTS doesn't cover all of the CTSes. Wait, we just made that somewhat confusing. The 2014 CTS Coupe and Wagon, which are based on the second-generation model are effected by this recall. The 2014 CTS sedan, which is brand new isn't a part of this.

Why GM didn't make this clarification when they announced the recall is unknown. Our best guess is that GM was in rush when getting these recalls out and forgot to note that.

Source: Detroit Free Press


GM Issues 10 New Recalls Covering Close To Eight Million Vehicles

Jun 30 2014 03:15 PM | GM News
Within a few days, General Motors has announced ten new recalls covering close to eight million vehicles in the U.S. alone.

The largest recall of the ten is for 6.8 million vehicles in the U.S. (7,610,862 vehicles in North America) for ignition switches that can rotate out of the run position. GM says this is problem with how the key is designed and not the switch itself. 1997 - 2005 Chevrolet Malibu1998 - 2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue1999 - 2004 Oldsmobile Alero1999 - 2005 Pontiac Grand Am2000 - 2005 Chevrolet Impala2000 - 2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo2004 - 2008 Pontiac Grand PrixAnother group of vehicles, totaling 616,179 of these vehicles are in North America (554,328 vehicles in the U.S.), are being called in due to problems with...


General Motors Details The Compensation Fund For Victims Of Ignition Switch

Jun 30 2014 12:35 PM | GM News
This morning, General Motors and Kenneth Feinberg have announced the details for the long awaited ignition switch recall compensation fund.

The fund will be open to family members of anyone that was killed or injured due to ignition switch failure. That will include passengers, pedestrians, and other motorists that were killed or seriously injured because of the ignition switch. Victims will be able to begin the process starting on August 1st. Applications are due by December 31st. Feinberg says that claims will take around 90 to 180 days.

As for how much GM will be paying out, that is completely up in the air. Feinberg has said that he isn't going to try and estimate how much will paid due to how many variables the...


New Documents Reveal A Current GM VP Knew About The Ignition Switch Problem

Jun 29 2014 10:15 AM | William Maley in GM News


New documents released by congressional investigators last week are putting some doubt onto GM's own internal investigation and legal proceedings. The Wall Street Journal reports that new documents show Doug Parks, vice president of product programs wa...



Order Guides For Chevrolet Colorado/GMC Canyon Reveal They Make More Power

Jun 18 2014 07:15 AM | William Maley in GM News


Order guides are an interesting guide as they give us information on what's coming down the pipeline for a certain models. Such is the case for the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon that will be going on sale later this year. Truck Trend got their hand...





GM Announces Six Brand New Recalls, Covers 3.5 Million Vehicles

Jun 16 2014 04:30 PM | William Maley in GM News


Another day, another large recall set from General Motors. The automaker announced six recalls covering around 3.5 million vehicles from the 2000 to 2015 model years.   The largest recall covers around 3.36 million vehicles built between 2000 and...



GM Issues More Recalls, Covers More Than 500,000 Vehicles

Jun 13 2014 12:45 PM | William Maley in GM News


General Motors today announced another set of recalls that covers over 500,000 vehicles,   The first and largest recall is for the Chevrolet Camaro from the 2010-2014 model year due to the key fob being accidentally hit by a driver's knee and...