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General Motors Halts Sales of 2024 Colorado, Canyon Trucks Due to Software Glitc

General Motors (GM) announced on Tuesday that it has temporarily suspended sales of its 2024 model year Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon mid-size trucks due to intermittent software quality issues.

The automaker, based in Detroit, revealed that a fix has been identified and implemented. The company commenced shipping the vehicles to dealers on Monday. GM stated, “We expect this hold to lift shortly so we can begin delivering vehicles to customers as quickly as we can.”

Fortunately, the software issue does not affect the 2023 Colorado or Canyon vehicles already in dealerships or in the possession of customers. As a result, GM has not planned a recall in connection with this matter.

In 2023, GM sold 93,539 Colorado and Canyon trucks in the United States, marking a decrease of about 20% compared to 2022.

This development adds to a series of software challenges faced by GM in recent months. Last month, GM CEO Mary Barra acknowledged a software issue that led to the temporary suspension of sales of its Chevrolet Blazer EV.

  1. GM reassured customers on Tuesday that it is diligently working to address the software quality issues affecting a segment of its customer base with the Blazer EV, affirming, “We are making progress.”


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