The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has expanded its recall of faulty airbags.
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wants to reiterate how important the recent airbag recall is.
The number of deaths linked to GM‘s ignition-switch recall continues to rise.
It’s a record-setting year for car recalls thanks to General Motors.
The newest Acura model is already being recalled.
Ford announced its first recall of the sixth-generation Mustang today.
Chrysler is recalling over 900,000 vehicles worldwide because of defects that could cause fires.
Toyota has announced another massive recall.
A problem with the occupant restraint control module has prompted Chrysler to recall 184,215 SUVs globally.
Nissan has issued a recall for 238,000 Altima sedans worldwide due to a faulty secondary hood latch.
The new 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class is off to a rough start.
Today Chrysler announced that it will recall roughly 22,100 small cargo vans because the side airbags could inadvertently deploy.
The SRT Viper is being recalled because of a potential flaw with its air bag sensor.
General Motors added another 60,575 vehicles to its mountain of recalls over the weekend.
General Motors has added another 117,651 vehicles to its record-setting list of recalls in 2014.
The Toyota Tacoma is the latest vehicle to be recalled by the Japanese automaker.
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.