GM Recalls Another 3.3 Million Vehicles for Defective Ignition Switch

- by

Detroit, MI: General Motors has issued another defective ignition switch recall, this time affecting almost 3.4 million cars. The defect is reportedly linked to eight crashes and six injures. Additionally, GM also initiated a further five recalls affecting 165,770 vehicles for various defects.

According to The Detroit News, GM' delayed recall of 2.6 million vehicles with defective ignition swithces is linked to 13 deaths and 54 crashes due to faulty ignition switches. On Friday, GM recalled more than 510,000 current-generation Chevrolet Camaros for ignition switch problems linked to three crashes in which air bags failed to deploy.

The recall affects various Buicks, Chevrolets and Cadillacs from model-year 2000-14. GM said just one of the models included in the U.S. recall for ignition switch problems, which totals 3.16 million, is still in production: the Impala Limited, which is sold to rental fleets. The total number being recalled in North America, U.S., Canada, Mexico and exports," is 3.36 million. (Detroit News)

Legal Help

If you or a loved one has suffered similar damages or injuries, please fill in our form on the right and your complaint will be sent to a lawyer who may evaluate your claim at no cost or obligation.

Reader Comments

Posted by

I have a 2013 Chevy Impala but Jimmy gray Chevy fixed my ignition. I don't guess I still qualify do I?

Posted by

[ have a 2005 pontiact grand am please add me to this law suit

Posted by

I own a 2000 Chevrolet Malibu. Please include me in the lawsuit

Add Your Comment on This Issue

Please read our comment guidelines before posting.

Note: Your name will be published with your comment.

Your email will only be used if a response is needed.

Request Legal Help