The rear window of several Chevrolet vehicles is coming unglued from its frame after normal use, necessitating a costly repair in breach of the implied warranty of merchantability. 

Several customers of Chevrolet vehicles report the rear window of their vehicle coming unglued from the frame and top of the car. Some customers report this occurring with as few as 6,300 miles on their vehicles. Replacements cost in the range of $1,000.

Affected models include the 2016 Camaro 2SS, the 2008 Trailblazer SS, the 2001 Corvette, the 2018 Camaro convertible,

The NHTSA issued a safety bulletin on this issue in 2019 with regard to the Chevrolet Camaro Convertible, but it appears that more models are affected.

Kia settled a similar class action lawsuit in 2021, alleging that the windshields on certain Kia vehicles were prone to cracking. 

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