GM, Tesla Recall Nearly 1 Million Vehicles

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June 30, 2021—A series of large recalls have flooded in over the past several days from General Motors and Tesla. 

General Motors accounts for most of the recalls. First it recalled just over 300,000 2021 vehicles because of faulty airbag warning lights. 

GM then announced a recall of 380,000 older SUVs to fix a suspension problem that can cause them to sway at highway speeds, ABC News reported. The recall covers 2010 through 2016 Cadillac SRX and 2011 and 2012 Saab 9-4X SUVs.

Over the weekend, Tesla also recalled 300,000 China-made and imported Model 3 and Model Y cars for an online software update related to assisted driving, CNBC reported. The remote online software ‘recall’—a first for Tesla cars built in China—covers 249,855 China-made Model 3 and Model Y cars, and 35,665 imported Model 3 sedans.

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