General Motors issues stop deliver for 2,800 corvettes over defects in 2015 model
Faulty air bags and parking brake cables halt sales
General Motors has been forced to recall nearly 3,000 Chevrolet Corvettes, after the giant US car manufacturer said that the vehicles may have air bag defects or brake faults.
According to Auto News, around 2,000 corvettes are said to have serious problems with the driver's air bags that could come loose from their steering wheels.
Separately, a further 800 of the sports cars in the 2015 range remain unsold due to dodgy rear parking brake cables.
A "stop delivery" order was issued to dealerships in the US, after the problems were uncovered. ®
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