General Motors Corp. is rescinding the order it distributed to Chevrolet dealers Feb. 13 to stop selling the Aveo subcompact car, which went on sale in November. Aveo sales began three months ago. GM issued the “stop delivery” notice to investigate five recent accidents involving Aveos in the U.S., including four in the Southeast and one in the Southwest, a GM spokesman tells Ward’s. “The concern was triggered by field data regarding several crashes involving Aveos,” the ...

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