The classic American muscle car, the Camaro, was brought back into production in 2010. Since then, Chevy has sold more than 500,000 Camaros worldwide. Of the 511,508 produced, each and every one has just been recalled by Chevrolet.
The bad news keeps on piling up for GM – the owners of Chevrolet. Since January GM has recalled 13.3 million vehicles. GM’s most recent recall was made after the company found out that drivers could accidentally shut the car off with their knees while driving. A similar problem caused deaths and the subsequent recall of 2.6 million Chevy Cobalts.
While GM only is aware of three accidents resulting from this issue, the company is maintaining that all of the recent recalls represents GM’s dedication to being safe rather than sorry.
Camaro owners will be notified personally by GM, who will make repairs at no expense to the owners.
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