Chevrolet stopped selling its Camaro with V6November 1, 2019
The automaker has encountered emissions problems on some cars.
Chevrolet Camaro is not the best year. Sales of the GM oil car fell significantly, which led to the spread of rumors about the imminent cessation of production of the model. Today we find out that GM has limited the sale of some 2020 Camaro models due to emissions issues.
According to foreign media reports, this could affect about 2,000 copies of the 2020 Camaro model year, equipped with a 3.6-liter V6. The problem lies in the evaporator, which allows emissions that exceed permissible limits. The problem is said to be under investigation, but until a definitive answer is found, the affected vehicles cannot be sold. If the problem exists, GM will have to find a solution before sales continue.
The report explains that the affected vehicles are either in the warehouses of dealers or have already been shipped to them. As for the affected models that have already been sold, their number is still unknown. Presumably, if a problem is discovered, GM will issue further instructions to the owners of the affected vehicles. And finally, the report contains GM reference number N192284430.
Note that Camaro sales have been declining for several years, but the pace has accelerated due to the unsuccessful modernization of 2018. Chevrolet quickly released a restyled version, but sales have not yet recovered. In fairness, it should be noted that the Ford Mustang also faces a shrinking market. Ironically, the ten-year-old Dodge Challenger enjoys stable sales, which over the past few months have shown a large increase in powerful cars compared to competitors.
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