GM is back in the news with two new recall campaigns. The one that will get the most news pertains to the G6. People will love to slam GM because they are recalling the new sedan already – until you understand what the recall is for. 35,000 G6s get an offical recall notice "because the owner's manual doesn't say there is a child restraint anchor in the middle of the back seat." That's just silly. I'm sure a few years ago GM would have sent the addendum to the owner's manual in the mail, but now it's front page news. Anyone looking to install a child seat would have found the anchor (the thing in the middle of the package tray) without the user manual's help. Does anyone really read the manual anyway? People need to chill out.
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