Chevrolet has once again recalled its Bolt EV over concerns the electric cars’ battery packs could cause fires. The cars, which come from model years 2017 through 2019, carry a rare manufacturing defect that increases the risk of fires.
GM’s solution for this recall is to replace the defective batteries in affected vehicles, which will be free for owners, but carries a hefty price tag for the automaker.
In its most recent earnings report, GM outlined the costs, but its financial situation otherwise isn’t so bad.
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