GM recalls Captiva, Cruze and Terrain in GCC

GM recalls Captiva, Cruze and Terrain in GCC

Following the Asian recall, General Motors in the Middle East will conduct a recall of Chevrolet Captiva and Cruze as well as GMC Terrain vehicles, all built at the GM Daewoo factory in Korea.

About 5,262 Chevrolet Captiva and 916 GMC Terrain vehicles are being recalled to address a possible separation of the steering intermediate shaft from the steering column in certain driving conditions. There have been no reports of injuries or accidents due to this issue. The vehicle will be inspected and the steering column will be secured to the intermediate shaft if required. All customers will be notified of the recall.

General Motors in the Middle East will also conduct a recall of 2,262 Chevrolet Cruze vehicles to rectify a potential leak in the fuel feeding hose. A GM investigation found that the fuel feeding hose did not meet internal specifications which could potentially cause a fuel leak.

It would seem that the GMC Terrain’s sister model, the Opel Antara, is being left out of the General’s GCC recall, so the handful of affected Opel owners need to contact their dealer directly.

What do you think?



  1. haha now Gm recall start…

  2. All American cars have to be recalled.

  3. sensor breakdown dats a serios matter

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