NEW YORK (NBC News) – There’s yet another problem with cars made by General Motors, and the CEO of the automotive giant said Thursday more recalls could be ahead.
General Motors, C.E.O Mary Barra announced the stop-sale order of 33,000 Chevy Cruze sedans with potentially defective air bags.
The air bags were made by Japanese supplier Takata Corporation, who have also been under fire for faulty air bags in Hondas, Toyotas, Nissans and Mazdas.
All told, the 44 GM recalls cover some 20 million vehicles around the world. All have come since January after Mary Barra took over as CEO.
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