Engine fires are forcing General Motors to recall the Chevy Cruze, a popular model that has helped GM win back small-car buyers.
The recall covers 475,000 vehicles made in the U.S. from September 2010 through May 2012. It’s the car’s fifth recall since it arrived in showrooms nearly two years ago, raising questions about the sedan’s reliability.
The company knows of 30 fires caused by the problem, but no injuries have been reported. Flames engulfed and destroyed cars in two cases reported to federal safety officials.