RECALL: GM Issues Recall For Defective Airbags In 1.1 Million SUV’s
Posted on behalf of Harbin & Burnett on Mar 19, 2014 in Auto Accidents
In the wake of a faulty ignition issue that has affected hundreds of thousands of GM vehicles, the automaker has announced yet another recall of more than 1 MILLION SUVs that may be fitted with defective airbags.
Mary Barra the CEO if General Motors issued a statement saying:
"Something went wrong with our process in this instance, and terrible things happened.... The bottom line is, we will get better as a result of this tragic situation if we seize the opportunity,"
While GM is expecting the recalls to cost approximately $300 million, industry analysts agree that it's in GM's best interests to act quickly on this issue, especially in light of the recent ignition recall debacle.
The recall includes the following vehicles:
- Buick Enclave (2008-2013)
- GMC Arcadia (2008-2013)
- Chevrolet Traverse (2009-2013)
- Saturn Outlook (2008-2010)
.... and has been issued as the side and front center airbags as well as the seat belt pretensioners may not deploy if motorists ignore the dashboard airbag warning light.
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