GM Recalls 207,000 Enclave, Traverse, Acadia, Outlook Crossovers
General Motors is recalling a number of its successful crossovers for seatbelt buckle issues.
The Problem: Second-row seatbelt buckles can become damaged after use. When second-row seats are returned to an upright position after being folded, the buckles' covers can become loose and slide down, possibly depressing the release button. Should an accident occur, the seat belt may not hold passengers as intended.
The fix: Dealers will modify the second-row seat trim and replace broken safety buckles free of charge. Owners will be contacted on or before August 31, and can contact General Motors at gmownercenter.com. The NHTSA-assigned campaign ID number is 10V375000.
Number of vehicles potentially affected: 207,210 in the U.S. (243,000 worldwide)
2015 GMC Acadia SpecificationsVIEW ALL
|Fair Market Price||$32,276|
|Editors' Overall Rating|
|Mileage||17 City / 24 Highway|
|Horse Power||281 hp @ 6,300 rpm|
|Torque||266 ft lb of torque @ 3,400 rpm|