LOS ANGELES (CBS) — General Motors is recalling 2011 models of its popular Chevrolet Cruze.

Roughly 150,000 vehicles are being recalled to verify that their steering shafts, as well as transmission linkage, were installed properly.

Owners who receive recall notices in the mail should have their cars inspected at dealerships.

General Motors says no crashes or injuries have been attributed to either issue.

Comments (4)
  1. Robert S. says:

    Yup! Good ole General Motors really is general with its offerings, as they have for years! With every new model, they offer recalls. This is the norm for most car makers, and with the prices soaring to the moon, they just keep on recalling the junk! The Jap cars are the same junk too! Better off on a bicycle than to buy a way overpriced car! The more the cars cost, the more recalls! Just amazing!

    1. Ben says:

      You’re an Idiot. GM has always made junk. The only thing is that GM cars are less junky than Chrysler which makes the most junk on this planet.

    2. Duh! says:

      This is due to union labor making the cars instead of a robot.
      The Japanese use robots in their factories in Japan. But to avoid tariffs, they opened up plants here in the US. But being here in the US, they have to use union labor. This is also the reason why Honda’s quality rating has plummeted.

      So instead of knowing that the robot installed the equipment correctly, they have to recall the vehicles to see if the union worker installed it correctly.

    3. chris O says:

      Hey Robert S. I enjoyed your comment. You are absolutely right. a year and a half ago I forgot my bike on the metro bus. It is definitely time to get a new one. the price of gas is ridiculous and these junk overpriced cars that these incompetent people make are a waste of money.

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