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Chevy Volt tops most-loved car survey again

Chevy Volt

General Motors' Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid car topped Consumer Reports' annual owner-satisfaction survey for the second straight year. Ninety-two percent of Volt owners surveyed said they would definitely buy the Volt again.


GM and Peugeot announce alliance

General Motors and PSA Peugeot Citroen announce a global alliance that will see them develop cars together.


GM recalling Chevrolet Sonics to check brake pads

GM Recall

General Motors Co. said on Friday that it is recalling more than 4,000 of its 2012 Chevrolet Sonic subcompact cars to check for missing brake pads.


GM willing to buy back Volts

General Motors will buy Chevrolet Volts back from any owner who is afraid the electric cars will catch fire, the company's CEO says.


GM recalls 300,000 Impalas over seat belt problem

General Motors is recalling more than 300,000 Chevrolet Impala sedans because the seat belts may fail to restrain people in the front seats during a crash.


GM Googles the Volt

GM Googles the Volt

OnStar is already one of the most handy features you can get in a GM vehicle but soon it will be even better thanks to a little help from Google. Together, the two will develop a number of new mobile app features that strengthen Chevrolet’s commitment to providing Volt customers with the most connected vehicle experience possible.


U.S. probes risk of brake failure in 6 million GM trucks

U.S. safety regulators are investigating a potential for brake failure in General Motors Co vehicles that could affect up to 6 million trucks and SUVs sold from the model years 1999 through 2003.


GM blames recall on Toyota supplier

GM blames recall on Toyota supplier

The US carmaker has blamed a supplier partly owned by the Japanese group for a faulty car part that led to the recall of 1.3m Chevrolet and Pontiac cars in North America


In GM Sales, Signs of Some Gains From Toyota's Woes

In GM Sales, Signs of Some Gains From Toyota's Woes

General Motors said Tuesday that United States sales rose 11.5 percent in February over the period a year ago, including a 32.2 percent gain for the four brands it is keeping: Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC.


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