More than 36,000 Chevrolet Impala Police Cars were recalled

More than 36,000 Chevrolet Impala Police Cars were recalled

Because of some problems that concern the cars' front suspension, 36,413 Chevrolet Impala Police cars have been recalled by General Motors, which has recently been sued for $3 billion. It appears that the culprits are the car's front lower control arms that support the wheels, which are put under stress when are prone to "fracturing". Only Police-duty cars will be affected, more exactly the 2008 to 2012 model years. It is curious that GM deemed the front lower control arms which are up to the job, for the civilian version of the same Impala, the only explanation being that Police cars put more pressure on the suspension side as, in the name of protecting the law, they are driven neglecting their mechanical integrity. 1,713 units from the Canadian Police force will join the 36,413 cars from the US and by August 21st the customers will have been notified by GM, while the control arms on both sides will be replaced free of charge.


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