General Motors is recalling 3,257 Chevrolet vehicles in Russia over issues with the power steering system, Russian technical standards agency Rosstandart announced on Wednesday.
Affected vehicles include 3,257 units of the Chevrolet Cruze and Chevrolet Orlando sold between October 2011 and July 2012.
General Motors is currently operating in a limited capacity in Russia as a result of fiscal turmoil caused by economic sanctions imposed by the West over conflicts with Ukraine. The automaker has completely withdrawn its mainstream Opel brand from the country, as well as the majority of the Chevrolet lineup. Currently, only three Chevrolet vehicles — the Tahoe, Corvette and Camaro — are on sale in Russia, along with the the Cadillac ATS, CTS and Escalade.