Saab vehicles with seatbelt defects recalled by GM
Thousands of Saab convertibles are being recalled by General Motors to address a potential seat belt defect.
According to the auto manufacturer, the seat belt retractors installed in the driver’s seat of 28,789 Saab convertibles may easily break, putting drivers at an increased risk of injury during accidents.
A GM spokesperson mentioned that they have not received any reports of injuries relating to this particular defect. GM will replace the seat belt retractors for no charge.
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