General Motors recalls its novelties
One of the largest auto manufacturers in the world has announced about recalling its new pickups Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, which are the 2014 models. The reason of the 22,000 recall is in seats, which are able to move in a case of rear-end collisions.
According to the official auto manufacturer’s report, GM is recalling 21,721 Silverado models and 1,500 Sierra cars in the U.S.A, Canada, Mexico and other countries.
All these cars have seats, which do not meet the state safety requirement when the rear-end collisions.
There have not been any known injuries related to the seats, GM said in a statement.
All defects will be fixed under the warranty of new vehicles.
There is no information about any accidents caused these defects in seats.
This is not the first safety problem in new cars of General Motors. This July, the carmaker recalled 843 cars of both models because of a passenger airbag defect. The passenger airbags did not fully open in any accidents.
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