General Motors — along with Volkswagen and Chrysler — was recently forced to recall some vehicles in China. The recalls were mandated by the country’s top quality-control group, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, according to The Economic Times.
But General Motors doesn’t have as much work to do as the two other recalled manufacturers; only about 80 examples of the Cadillac Escalade are affected, all produced between May 10th and 13th of 2011. It’s uncertain what components or assemblies are to be inspected and replaced, but the issues will be addressed and remedied free-of-charge to the customer.
The recalls are scheduled to begin December 31st, 2014.