Cars on the General Motors recall list as of 2015 include the Chevrolet Aveo, Cobalt, Camaro, Corvette and Corvette Stingray, Cruz, Express and Express Cargo, Impala, Lumina, Malibu, Silverado and Tahoe, in addition to others. The GM recall list includes many types of cars, including electric cars, sedans, wagons and trucks. Vehicles on the list may have problems ranging from defective components and faulty electrical systems to safety problems.
Some vehicles make the list for one problem. Chevrolet Aveos, in model years 2004 through 2008, may have faulty daytime running light components that increase the risk of cars catching on fire. Chevrolet Cobalts may unexpectedly lose power when driven. Chevrolet Black Diamond Avalanches may suddenly roll away, as can 2013 Chevrolet Express Cargo vans.
Other vehicles, such as the Cruze, Corvette and Camaro, may have multiple issues. Chevrolet Cruze models, for instance, may have faulty components that lead to runaway. They may also have defective airbags. Models made in 2011 and 2012 might have problems with brake assists, while 2013 and 2014 models with turbo engines might have axles that break while driving. Corvettes may also have faulty airbags, along with mechanical and electrical problems, such as underpowered headlights and abnormal rear suspensions. Camaros may also have defective airbags, along with ignition switches that move out of the "run" position when cars are in motion. Owners can check with GM or visit the government website called SaferCar.gov to check for vehicles on the list.