U.S. regulators are investigating potential flaws in at least 2 million General Motors Co. vehicles that remain on the road, underlining the potential for still more recalls on top of this year’s already-record tally.
"GM is trying to aggressively issue recalls for items as soon as they learn about it, rather than batching the items for a vehicle and waiting-- even if there may be negative optics around such a strategy."
- Brian Johnson on May 27, 2014
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