Another Round of GM Recalls

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(Detroit, MI) It looks like there’s another round of recalls for General Motors.

Recall round-one included 1.4-million GM cars sold in the US, made through 2007, because of a default with ignition switches. 12-deaths have been linked to that recall.

Now, General Motors is adding another 824,000 cars to the list, including models made between 2008 and 2011.

If you’re driving around in a Chevy Cobalt or HHR, a Pontiac g5 or Solstice or the Saturn Sky or Ion, this effects you. Put on the brakes and get in touch with a dealership to get your cars fixed.

It seems vehicles produced by General Motors have been ‘Generally Mediocre,’ at best.