In a rare, regionally targeted recall campaign, General Motors Company is asking the owners of some of its crossover SUVs from various divisions to bring in their vehicles and have the windshield wipers looked at. Only owners who live in the northern states are affected. Recall targets colder regions The problem stems from a nut Read on! →


General Motors, in a case of absolutely horrible timing, has announced a large recall just before it is supposed to launch an Initial Public Offering of stock. The recall will affect 243,000 vehicles, mostly crossover SUVs. The defect is in the safety latch in the second row seat belt. GM issued a recall several months Read on! →


The day after the GM recall of crossover SUVs was announced, a Mazda recall was announced as well. The Mazda recall is a little more serious, as it affects a more vital part than the GM recall does. GM has some problems with seat belts, but certain Mazda models have a fault in the power Read on! →


General Motors has announced a recall for large vehicles, notably large passenger vans and SUVs, across several of its brands. The recall is due to late models having a manufacturing defect in the power steering system. Second SUV recall this month General Motors, according to AutoBlog, has just announced a recall of select models of Read on! →