Imagine this: You’re driving on the highway behind a gorgeous Chevrolet C6 Corvette, when all of a sudden, the ‘Vette’s roof panel detaches and comes flying through the air, headed right for the front of your car. A scary thought, yes, but this bit of nightmarish imagery could potentially come true.
General Motors is recalling approximately 20,090 Corvettes made in the 2005-06 model years due to a problem with the roof panel. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the adhesive between the roof panel and the frame may separate, allowing for general rattles, wind noise, poor roof panel fit, or even worse, complete detachment. Frightening stuff.
The safety recall will take place sometime in January 2010, and Chevrolet dealers will install a newly designed roof panel for free.
Own one of these potentially hazardous Corvettes? Visit www.gmownercenter.com for more information.
· First series production Quartermasters have started rolling off INEOS Automotive’s production line. · Unveiled at Goodwood Festival of Speed in July, the double cab…
Mazda’s Spec MX-5 Shootout stands not only as a competition but as a pivotal platform for the development of young racing talent.
The Mustang GT/CS is poised to captivate the hearts of enthusiasts and add another chapter to the storied history of the Ford Mustang.
The 2024 Kia Sorento Plug-In Hybrid continues to impress with its stylish design, powerful performance, and advanced safety features.