General Motors Corp.’s Brazil unit calls back 487,000 Corsa models because of the possibility the rear tires could break loose. The recall affects Corsa sedans and hatchbacks built from October 1999 through January 2002 and Corsa pickups built from October 1999 through March 2002. Some 355,723 of the recalled vehicles were sold in Brazil, with another 131,716 exported to a variety of countries.
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