General Motors, on Tuesday, informed that it was recalling 243,000 crossover vehicles in order to check a trouble with rear seat belts that could face a problem with the bolting of the belt, thus, putting one in danger.
The called in recall covers the 2009 and 2010 Chevrolet Traverse, Buick Enclave, Saturn Outlook and GMC Acadia.
Apart from this, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration informed that Mazda was recalling 215,000 Mazda 3 and Mazda 5 vehicles, the models belonging to the 2007 and 2009 year, citing that there could be problems in the steering wheel, which in turn could lead to a crash.
Mazda began fixing troubles in vehicles in Japan for the similar trouble last year and said that the recall would start in the United States of America, although the perception that the firm has kept is that the defect does not intimidate safety.
While offering a statement, G.M. informed that the dealers would start inspecting the seat belts for troubles in some unusual cases that could make the occupant feel that seat belt has been bolted properly whilst that is not the actuality.
The damage is likely to occur in the subsequent row of the three row vehicles as the seat comes back to an upright position after it if folded flat.
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