• tote Posted: 12/24/2010 9:25am PST

    Sounds like Government Motors is closing in on Toyota in the case of recalls.
    Why isn't this plastered all over the media? When are they going to drag the CEO of GM before Congress to testify why they are just now bringing this to light when they knew about it for several years? What else are they hiding from us?

  • Dan Detroit Posted: 12/25/2010 6:03am PST

    @By tote-
    All carmakers have recalls. Sometimes, more cars are recalled every year than are produced!
    Note that there are no known injuries or fatalities linked to the issue.
    The notion that GM has know about this for years is naive, uninformed and, more importantly, not supported by any evidence whatsoever. That is in sharp contrast to the arrogance displayed by Toyota and the reason they have been hit with multi-million dollar fines!

  • Aller3 Posted: 1/5/2011 11:57am PST

    My US Navy son was driving my 2005 Cadillac CTS on June 21, 2010, when he was struck in the rear. The force of the impact was so severe - he was propelled into three more cars. ALL SAFETY FEATURES FAILED - including the airbags and seatbelt. He is lucky to be alive. I have complained to GM 1k times - NOTHING! Now maybe my family and NEW ATTORNEY can get the answers I've been asking for, since June 2010. GM is quoted as saying, "we have no reports of injury or death as a result of this airbag failure." BULL - GM, YOU ARE A BUNCH OF LIARS! So glad you are now forced to be accountable - maybe other families wont have to go through what we have been going through...