That’s no Saturn Vue – that’s the brand-new (sort of) Chevrolet Captiva Sport, only available to most Americans through the magic of the rental car lot. And while we haven’t heard much about the General Motors fleet-only crossover since its debut a little over one year ago, it’s making headlines now because of a potentially faulty parking brake.

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According to an official notice from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, “The park brake cable may not be fully seated in its connector and may separate from the connector.” Should that happen, the parking brake won’t hold the car in place.

A total of 2,070 Captiva models are affected, all of which were built between April 26 and May 17 of this year.

The recall is expected to begin in mid-July, and Chevrolet dealers will inspect and repair the parking brake cables free of charge. Given how recall-related repairs have been a hot button topic for America’s rental car agencies as of late, it will be interesting to see how quickly these Captivas get fixed.