The Toyota Tacoma is the latest vehicle to be recalled by the Japanese automaker.
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The death toll surrounding the defective ignition switches in 2.6 million General Motors vehilces continues to rise.
Ford announced a recall campaign today that will affect approximately 850,050 vehicles.
Chrysler Group announced a new recall today covering an estimated 349,442 vehicles spanning several nameplates because of possibly defective ignition keys.
The Ferrari 458 is the latest exotic to be recalled.
Chrysler is recalling 230,760 of its SUVs for a possible fuel pump issue.
The 2015 Honda Fit is already being recalled.
Several Toyota models are being recalled for a possible fire hazard.
Another day, another GM recall. This time the Detroit-based automotive giant is working to fix issues with some natural gas-powered vehicles.
Ford has issued a bunch of new recalls today for a variety of issues.
The 2015 Chevrolet Corvette is the latest to fall under GM‘s recall woes.
Toyota is pulling about 140,000 Tundra pickup trucks back in North America to fix a problem with the airbags.
Complaints about stalling engines in 2007 model year Dodge Grand Caravans are spurring an investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Even expensive exotics are susceptible to recalls.
Aston Martin is recalling its 2014 model year DB9 and Rapide S models.
Audi is pulling a large quantity of its cars off the road to fix a safety issue with the brakes.
Add the Suzuki Kizashi to the list of vehicles being recalled due to spiders.
The number of deaths related to General Motors’ massive ignition switch recall could be on the rise.
Nearly 1.9-million GM vehicle owners will be receiving a letter from the American automaker’s CEO.
Luxury SUV builder Land Rover is recalling 40,551 of its SUVs because the front passenger side airbag might not deploy.
The Volkswagen Tiguan has been recalled for a potential stalling issue.
General Motors continues to add to its recall count for 2014.
Toyota has announced a recall for the 2014 Sienna minivan and issued a stop-sale order to its dealers.
The uncapped compensation fund created by General Motors to pay the victims associated with its ignition switch recall had nearly 100 applicants at the start of this week.