GM PAUSES SALE OF NEW LINE OF TRUCKS BECAUSE OF SOFTWARE ISSUE

Fox News reports General Motors has temporarily paused sales of 2024 model year Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon mid-size trucks to fix intermittent software quality issues.

GM said that a fix has been identified and that its voluntary and temporary pause aims to fix the software issue before they’re delivered to customers. The company added that trucks that have received the software fix are being shipped out to dealers and that it plans to lift this hold shortly to speed up deliveries.

The software issue doesn’t impact the 2023 Colorado and Canyon trucks on dealer lots or those that have been sold to customers, and GM isn’t planning a recall to address the issue.

The sales pause comes after GM in late December paused sales of the 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV to address a software issue involving warnings that were sent to users while the company worked on a fix.