GM stops selling Chevy Blazer EV to deal with ‘software quality issues’


GM stops selling Chevy Blazer EV to deal with ‘software quality issues’ -Gudstory

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In a statement given to ledge, “Our team is working quickly to fix this, and owners will be contacted with more information on how to schedule their update,” said Chad Lyons, executive director of Chevrolet Communications. “We are aware that a limited number of customers have experienced software-related quality issues with their Blazer EV,” said Scott Bell, vice president of sales at Chevrolet. Customer satisfaction is our priority and thus, we will be taking a brief pause on new deliveries.”

edmonds Reportedly, two months after purchasing a 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV RS AWD for its long-term test fleet, the SUV has been at the dealership for two weeks. With 23 fault codes upon diagnostic testing, he wrote that “What we got from the dealer was alarming: the longest list of major faults we’ve ever seen in a new car at Edmunds.”

Things got worse for InsideEVS Author Kevin Williams, whose week-long test ended after 28 hours. The vehicle’s CarPlay- and Android Auto-free infotainment system went blank while he was driving, and then an attempt to charge the battery failed, generating a “Service Vehicle Soon” error message.

GM did not comment on the record about whether the identified “software issues” have anything to do with Ultium batteries or its Google underlying software platform or confirm how many vehicles are affected. InsideEVS Following its initial report, owners of other Altium-powered electric vehicles from GM complained of unusual and so far difficult to fix problems with their cars.


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