Chevrolet Recalls the highest amount of vehicles ever for ‘potential’ problem
Recalls seems to be the second name for General Motors around the world. After potential damage that is worth in billions of dollars when it comes to law suits and cost of repairing, it still continues. This time its our country that faces this recall. The cars in question are Chevrolet Beat, Spark and Enjoy that Chevrolet recalls. If these cars are made between 2007 and 2014, you need to get in touch with your dealership or wait for them to call you to get a service appointment to get this fixed.
The problem lies in the security alarm system that may be or may not harm your car. Specifically, it’s the remote keyless entry that is the culprit. If the problem is found, then it will be replaced. We think most owners who brought the top-end version are likely to suffer and other one who have opted for the accessory from the dealership could be in potential list.
Earlier Chevrolet recalled a handful of customers of the Chevrolet Beat in India to fix a faulty fuel line that needed replacement. After the massive Tavera recall and some Beat recall, this is the second largest recall GM has ever made in India. It’s good that manufactures do it and quality checks are given more importance. When will the parts distributors up their game? It’s a global phenomenal from smallest brands to the biggest ones.