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    Is Chevrolet Responsible

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    Recently, the company Chevrolet has had a major recall on there Switch Blade Ignition Keys. The recall happened early in the year of 2014, because the company found that if you hit the key hard enough the key would either fall out, or shut the car down completely. Even though the probability of this happening was very small, there were a few cases of this happening, and as a result people died. As a legal and safety precaution, Chevrolet decided to recall the early 2010 -2014 Camaros due to this problem. This decision affected customer relations with the company in a few ways, and also begged the question did the company know the keys were faulty from the beginning. In the year of 2014, a total of 19 deaths due to GM system problems were recorded. This was out of 445 claims within the past decade. It has been recorded that a total of 225 death claims have been recorded and are still under investigation. This includes 58 life altering injuries, such as paralysisas paralysis, amputations, and even brain damage, this also includes 262 less serious injuries. General Motors has stated in numerous interviews that they are unaware of any crashes, injuries, or deaths due to the faulty key ignition. Even though it is highly speculated that those deaths are due to the…

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    Chevrolet Trailblazer

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    The Chevrolet TrailBlazer is midsize, SUV produced from 2002 to 2009. This traditional body-on-frame SUV was available in 4x2 and 4x4 configurations and provides room for five or seven. Chevrolet TrailBlazer: 2002 to 2009 The Chevrolet TrailBlazer was a one-generation model and successor to the Chevrolet Blazer. It was followed by a pair of SUVs: the Chevrolet Equinox and Traverse. The Chevrolet TrailBlazer was underpinned by the same platform powering the Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck.…

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    The Chevrolet Motor Company was founded in 1911, in a Flint, Michigan garage. It was an agreement between partners Louis Chevrolet, a Belgian race car driver and William Durant, who was an entrepreneur and the founder of General Motors. The company was a result of Durant trying to find a way to compete with Ford Motor Company and their ever so popular Model T, and this was done by Durant needing more models of cars to go against the single model vehicle of Ford. Chevrolet’s first model cost…

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    15. Chevrolet Suburban C1500 http://www.gmpartscenter.net/auto-parts/chevrolet/suburban-c1500 The Chevrolet Suburban C1500 is a half-ton SUV that carries a nameplate that has been used consecutively since 1933. These trucks are perfect for family outings and carrying a lot of cargo like camping or sporting equipment. They have towing and hauling capacity. When you replace any worn out part on your C1500, you like to use genuine OEM parts in order to get the replacement part that is the same as…

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    Chevy Trailblazer Case

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    The 2016 Chevrolet TrailBlazer could make his way back to North America. The next model is likely to be based on the new generation of the Chevrolet Colorado pickup. If these announcements come to fruition, the highly competitive SUV segment will be joined by another attractive model. The Return of the TrailBlazer 2016 could turn out to be quite successful if ours in the footsteps of some of his predecessors. 2016 Chevrolet Trailblazer USA.jpg Worldwide increasingly popular, the SUV segment…

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    Chevrolet began its inception in the automobile industry in 1911 with the goal of competing with Ford’s Model T. Because of some differences among the Chevrolet company owners, Louis Chevrolet eventually left the company; however, the name endured. Chevrolet was purchased by GM Motors in 1918 (Ferrell & Hartline, 2014). The initial goal to compete with the Model T came to fruition in 1915 when Chevrolet sold its first vehicle for $490.00, which was the same price as Ford’s Model T. The diverse…

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    1. http://www.gmpartscenter.net/auto-parts/chevrolet/chevette The Chevrolet Chevette was in production from 1975 until 1987, and it came in a three-door or five-door hatchback that made it a great little car for running errands. It was considered an entry-level subcompact vehicle, and it was great on fuel economy. You take care of your Chevette by using genuine OEM replacement parts any time that you need to fix something on it. You can find those genuine parts at GMPartsCenter.net. Body –…

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    Misplace Car Keys

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    event of losing your car keys. However, if you do not have a spare keys, you can greatly get inconvenienced. What do I do? I lost my Chevrolet key. This is a common question that most Chevrolet owners ask whenever they misplace their car keys. There are some options that you can explore if you have lost your car keys. There are different ways of replacing your Chevrolet keys. One of those options is visiting your auto dealership so that they can replace your car keys. The other option is to hire…

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    Research Paper On Chevy

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    dogs, in particular, have a unique power to persuade consumers when used properly in advertising, and many companies take great advantage of this marketing tool. Chevrolet creates…

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    Gm Company History

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    And in May 1987 transit bus production ended. GM withdrew from bus and coach market because of the increased competition in the late 1970s and 1980s. the RTS model were then sold to the Transportation Manufacturing Corporation while the Motor Coach Industries of Canada had purchased the classic design. Starting in 1920, GMC and Chevrolet trucks were almost identical except for the grills and name plates, and although their differences have varied over the years. From 1955 to 1959 small ( less…

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