General Motors has recalled nearly 29 million vehicles so far this year, so it’s no surprise if they get which models they are calling back mixed up once or twice. On Monday the automaker recalled another 8.4 million cars, including the 2013-2014 Cadillac CTS, but that model was incorrectly listed on the release, The Detroit Free Press says.
GM lumped the CTS in with the other models that they said may suffer from “unintended key rotation.” They did not specify that only the 264 2013-2014 wagon and coupe models which were built before the current 2014 CTS sedan was put on sale are included in the recall.
So unless you are one of the few people who own a 2013-2014 CTS wagon or coupe, you can rest easy knowing you won’t suffer from the same problem which has plagued so many other GM vehicles. If you think your GM car may be part of a recall, you can search it using the vehicle’s VIN number at this link.