General Motors is recalling almost 100,000 of its 2011 model year crossover SUVs because the front seatbelts could come loose in a crash.
The sudden loss of power steering can occur at any time and consumers are urged to not wait for the recall notice if the problem happens.
Whether your car is a “lemon” under the law, depends a lot on the particular state you in which you purchased and registered the car.
In fact, GM is having a major problem with both of the described conditions in many of it’s products. Hundreds of my clients are undergoing multiple repairs for steering defects.
Penske Automotive Group couldn’t find a manufacturer to supply it with new cars once General Motors’ current contract runs out in 2011. What does this mean for Saturn drivers and their warranties?
I purchased a new 2009 Pontiac G6. I went back to the dealer with around 500 miles on it to get a recall done and complained about the engine running very rough and missing. When I picked up the car they said they couldn’t find anything wrong and no engine missing no running problems.
The program will offer a 60-day money back guarantee and will run through Nov. 30 as part of a “May the Best Car Win” campaign aimed at convincing consumers to return to GM.