General Motors is recalling another bevy of vehicles, totaling 3.2 million, because the key can inadvertently slip out of the ‘run’ position.
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A new recall campaign from Honda is pulling 1,038 Fit sub-compact hatchbacks in for service.
Saab as we used to know it is gone, but its vehicles can still come under a recall and that’s exactly what’s happening today.
The recalls are still coming from General Motors, with the latest affecting 581,367 vehicles driving the total number of recalled GM products in 2014 to 16.4 million in North America.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra is looking to avoid another embarrassment when she takes the stand next week to testify before Congress.
NHTSA has officially reopened an investigation into airbag defects that could lead to even more recalls.
Mitsubishi is calling back certain Outlander Sport models over issues with the ECU.
For the second time, Toyota is calling back vehicles in the United States over airbag issues that went unfixed during a previous recall.
General Motors continues to add to its record-setting total of recalls for 2014.
Chrysler is recalling several models over the course of two campaigns.
General Motors is apologizing to the families of victims of fatal crashes linked to the ignition switch recall who received recall notices for the crashed vehicles.
Mazda has announced a recall of its Ford-built Tribute SUV over issues with the power steering.
A recall campaign from 2012 might not have adequately addressed issues with inadvertently deploying air bags in 744,000 Jeep vehicles.
General Motors isn’t the only company going on a recall spree.
Nissan will recall its 2014 Rogue compact crossover because the steering assembly may loosen.
Following a recall of 1.1 million SUVs this morning, Ford has also announced a recall of about 282,500 sedan models for two different issues.
Ford has announced that it is calling back about 1.1 million SUVs in two separate recalls due to issues with the power steering.
The number of crashes acknowledged by GM to be related to faulty ignition switches now sits at 47.
The third-generation Cadillac CTS is an improvement in almost every way possible, but like all cars it’s far from perfect.
Experts believe it is likely the number of deaths related to the GM ignition switch recall is more than 13.
A trio of United States Senators have introduced a bill that seeks to remove the cap from fines that auto safety regulators can impose on vehicle manufacturers.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has launched an investigation into 110,000 older Dodge Ram pickup trucks over issues with the clutch interlock.
The onslaught of product recalls from General Motors has already seen 13.8 million vehicles called back in the U.S., but the American automaker isn’t done yet.
Toyota has announced three new recall campaigns that apply to 430,500 vehicles in the US.