100 Claims Now Approved For GM Ignition Switch Deaths And Injuries

For General Motors, 2014 has been good and bad in equal measure. They've seen record sales numbers and have the strongest product lineup in decades. But they've also been dogged by recalls, hearings, and the ever-increasing toll of people injured or killed by the defective ignition switch in millions of cars. » 12/18/14 7:45pm Thursday 7:45pm

Woman Exonerated Of Homicide After Death Linked To GM Ignition

In a tale of death, bad fortune, shoddy police work, and the real-life ramifications of the faulty General Motors ignition switch, a Texas woman convicted of negligent homicide in 2007 was cleared of that crime today after the switch in her Saturn Ion was deemed to be at fault in her boyfriend's death. » 11/24/14 1:55pm 11/24/14 1:55pm

Chevrolet Has Totally Embraced 'World Series Chevy Guy'

Chevy Rep Rikk Wilde was a little nervous presenting the World Series MVP award on Wednesday, stammering through a slogan for the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado he made up on the spot; "technology and stuff." But after the phrase and #ChevyGuy started trending on Twitter, the company went ahead and ran with it. » 10/30/14 1:09pm 10/30/14 1:09pm

GM Has Basically Been Testing Cars The Same Way Since The 1920's

General Motors has been running their vehicles through physical tests at the Milford Proving Grounds for 90 years. The company's obviously made R&D improvements in that time, but today's Chevys are running through some of the same torture tracks their great-great-...-"grandfathers" were vetted on. » 10/26/14 1:32pm 10/26/14 1:32pm

GM Tells Consumers To Stop Having Passengers In Front Seat Of Some Cars

General Motors sent out urgent letters last night to owners of 2003-2004 Pontiac Vibes and Saab 9-2Xs, cautioning them against letting anyone ride in the front passenger seats until repairs can be made, as part of the ongoing Takata airbag recall. It doesn't get any worse than this for a manufacturer. » 10/22/14 9:27am 10/22/14 9:27am