General Motors announced today that it is recalling close to 98,000 units of the 2011 model year Chevrolet Equinox, GMC Terrain and Cadillac SRX. The recall is being taken because the front seatbelts could become loose in a crash, which could lead to injury. The problem was discovered during seatbelt development tests in Sept. and the two incidents that occurred during the tests were on the driver’s side seatbelt.
A total of 97,843 vehicles are being recalled in the United States including 59,606 Chevrolet Equinox models, 25,674 GMC Terrain models and 12,563 Cadillac SRX models.
GM will start notifying owners of the vehicles involved in January. All of the repairs will be paid for by GM.
– By: Omar Rana