Mass GM Recalls Put Strain on Dealers

Wall Street Journal investigated the impact of the GM ignition switch recalls on dealers who service the vehicles. Although recalls began in April 2014, by August only 34% of recalled vehicles had been repaired. Sources in the article cited the lack of service technicians as well as difficulty amassing inventory of necessary parts. As a result, customers are waiting for repair appointments, and dealer service departments are forgoing higher-margin repairs.

Mass GM Recalls Put Strain on Dealers 

Photo Credit: Brown Chevrolet Dealership, Devine, TX by Billy Hathorn licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

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