It seems that the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 might not be as tight as its "ZR2" brand would suggest, as many owners claim to have experienced untouched side curtain airbag distribution even in moderate terrain conditions. The problem appears to stem from the truck's rollover detection system, which proactively triggers side curtain airbags to distribute if it detects that a vehicle transmission is close, Jalopnik reports. So far, General Motor's response to customer complaints has been less than satisfactory.
For example, one of the affected Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 owners, like Jalopnik s David Tracy, was denied his request that GM cover the cost of repair after his truck put its side airbags over some relatively mild terrain . Male's insurance company estimated the cost of repairs of $ 6,51
The existing damage, he said, was limited to some superficial scratches on the rear bumper caused by driving up a steep hill, and some light damage allegedly incurred in the dealer.
Given the apparent propagation of the airbag problem, it is unlikely that information about this owner's Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 had anything to do with the side airbag deployment. Much more likely, it's about software calibration, and even unmodified factory cars have shown some inclination to the problem. Just ask Kelley Blue Book, who tested a Z71 truck from GM's print fleet on a firepath, allegedly during the journey "at breakneck speeds of five to seven miles per hour." (See video above.)
They do not mean the only two reported instances of side-curtain airbags spontaneous deployment in the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, but as far as we know, General Motors has not taken any kind of sweeping action yet to solve the problem. . The car manufacturer even said to an owner that they had fair to fix their truck "only this time" before you recommend that the owner do nothing more off-roading with ZR2. Like 19659002] owners can also disable these "ZR2" brands, and we'll calculate.
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