Denver, CO, 06/09/2014 (Stocksntrade) – The latest news is that General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) has now announced 4 more vehicle recalls, which total around 106,000 cars across North America. This includes 1 for fixing x an airbag system that is linked to crashes. Lately, the company has been facing a lot of scrutiny from regulators in the United States as well as from lawmakers amidst the scandal around ignition switches and the recall related to this glitch. This was also connected to 13 different deaths. Now, the company says that a total number of 89,126 cars had been affected and that a major number of that had been in the US.

 The recalls

The country’s largest car maker is now recalling 31,520, 2012 model year Buick Verano & Chevrolet Camaro, Cruze as well as Sonic compact cars in order to address the faulty connection in the airbag system which can lead to the bag not getting deployed in a crash. General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) said that it was aware of 1 crash with an injury that seemed to be connected to this issue. It also said it knew of some other crashes where the airbags had not deployed but were not sure whether they were connected to that same problem.

 Too many complaints

General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) is also recalling 57,512, 2014 model year Chevrolet Silverado LD, and the 2014 GMC Sierra LD as well as some other vehicles in which its base radio might not work. In effect, this prevents any audible warnings in case the key is still in the ignition whenever the driver door is opened. The company said that it did not know of any other crashes. Injuries that were linked to this problem, or to any problems that involved the other two recalls, and each of these had involved less than 100 vehicles.

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Ben Chouard

Ben Chouard

Ben has a degree in Foreign Trade from the University of Houston. He has severed as a key analyst for several years before working as a freelance journalist.