Parts are on the way to repair the roughly 2.6 million vehicles affected by GM’s ignition switch recall.
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A new recall campaign will see 5,700 Mazda6 sedans ranging from the 2014 and 2015 model years brought back to dealers for service.
The Mazda Tribute has been recalled in cold-weather states for rusty frame parts.
Volkswagen has recalled over 26,000 vehicles for a possible fire hazard.
This week starts off with another new recall from one of the big three American automakers.
If you own a 2012 or 2013 VW Passat, there’s a good chance that your car’s headlights will fail.
Porsche 911 GT3 owners will be able to drive their sports cars again soon.
BMW will call back a long list of vehicles because of a problem with its “VANOS” variable camshaft timing.
It’s only April and over 13 million vehicles have already been recalled. Here’s what you need to do to if yours is one of them.
The GM recall has officially gone from snowball to avalanche.
The Pontiac Vibe will be included in the recent massive Toyota recall, with work being done by GM dealerships.
Today, Toyota announced a spate of recalls that affect 6.4 million vehicles across the globe.
Toyota has announced a wide range of recalls affecting 6.39 million vehicles including 2.34 million in North America.
The highly controverisal recall campaign that put General Motors in an unpleasant spotlight begins this week.
Ford has issued out two separate recalls that affect over 434,000 vehicles.
Spiders are creeping up on the Mazda6 yet again, as the Japanese automaker has announced another recall for its sedan.
Mazda’s fuel-saving i-ELOOP technology is causing trouble and needs to be tweaked so the company is calling back vehicles outfitted with it.
Nearly 2.6-million GM owners worldwide might be told to park their vehicles until they’re fixed due to a recent recall.
Chrysler has announced a recall of nearly 900,000 SUVs in order to better protect each vehicle’s brake booster from corrosion.
Honda is recalling 9,816 2014 Civic LX sedan and coupe vehicles for a possible tire defect.
As if fire risks and faulty ignition switches weren’t enough, General Motors is now calling back more cars for a completely separate issue.
Dealers were told to stop selling the Chevy Cruze last week with no explanation, but now there is an answer.
The recalls just keep on coming from General Motors, with the latest calling back trucks and SUVs for a fire risk.
General Motors‘ ignition switch recall just got a whole lot bigger.