GM to recall Saab 9-3 defective cars in China

Saab 9-3 as "Sleeper" car

U.S. automaker GM will recall 65 units of imported Saab 9-3 defective cars on the Chinese mainland, China’s top quality watchdog said Monday.

From March 31 next year, GM will recall the 65 Saab 9-3 cars — produced between June 13, 2006 and Nov. 3, 2008 — due to driver seat belt flaws, said the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine.

GM said it would repair the faults for free.

Last Wednesday, the U.S. automaker said it would recall 700 Opel Agila-A cars produced between July 30, 2002 and Jan. 29, 2003 over airbag problems.

Source: Xinhua

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