As compensation for selling vehicles that don't have all of the officially listed features, GM is knocking $50 off the MSRP.
The latest victim of the silicon chip shortage affecting automotive production around the world is the automatic stop-start feature in large General Motors vehicles.
The affected models have the 5.3-liter and 6.2-liter V-8s that are paired with GM's 10-speed automatic transmission, not the diesel powertrains that are available in those vehicles.
It's not a huge surprise that automatic stop-start is a feature GM is wiling to let go.
To compensate for this deficiency, GM will take $50 off the price of affected vehicles' MSRP.
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