Some early Camaro SS buyers were caught off guard when their brand new rides refused to operate with less than 100 miles on the clock, but the problem has now been identified as a manufacturing defect. A faulty battery cable is at fault, with Chevy dealers standing by to repair the problem.
However, the faulty battery cable can pose a serious risk to 2010 Camaro SS owners – as the car can simply stop running – leading GM to recommend owners have the cars towed to the nearest dealership.
I’d be pretty pissed off if my new $30k-$35k sports cars was recalled like three days after I bought it. I also would not want a tow truck within ten feet of my new car. Good job GM.