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Reports: General Motors Halts Sale Of Some 2013 Models For Fixing Software

General Motors Co. (GM) stopped sale of around sixty thousand 2013 models to rectify a software problem, which affects the vehicles' OnStar communication system, reports said. OnStar is a subscription-based dashboard communication service created by General Motors.

According to the reports, eight models are affected, which includes 2013 Cadillac XTS sedan and 2013 ATS sports sedan.

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