GM halts sales of Cruze over airbag concerns
General Motors has stopped sales of the top-selling Chevy Cruze over concerns about airbags.
The automaker has told its dealership not to sell and to stop delivery of 2013 and 2014 models until they can fix a potential problem with the airbags. The company says it is working with the supplier of the defective part to determine which specific vehicles are affected.
Deliveries and sales are expected to resume by the end of the week, once the affected vehicles are identified.