The 2015 Hyundai Sonata is getting a rough start. Barely into its launch, the company is launching a second recall campaign affecting the new sedan.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced that it will be reviewing a petition filed in November that requests an investigation of older Chevrolet Impalas.
The Insurance Institute for Highway’s Safety’s (IIHS) small-overlap test is one of the hardest crash evaluations for a vehicle to pass, and interestingly, rear-wheel-drive models have a much more difficult time doing well for several reasons.
Laws in California restricting cellphone use while driving may not reduce the number of traffic accidents.
Automakers are working hard to protect some of the most fragile things on the road: pedestrians.
The 2015 Dodge Dart has earned the highest safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Chrysler says that it can have a recall to fix around 1.56 million Jeeps finished by March, much sooner than the timeline of a few years the company estimated as first.
Mitsubishi has announced a recall for an undisclosed amount of 2004 through 2005 Lancer sedans over malfunctioning airbags supplied by Takata.
Kia is calling back 51,641 of its Soul compact hatchbacks from the 2014 model year because they could experience a loss of steering ability.
The redesigned 2015 Hyundai Sonata has earned the top safety rating from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS).
The GM recall is spurring new legislation that will hold executives responsible if they are caught concealing safety defects in their products.
BMW will recall roughly 1.6 million of its 3 Series luxury cars worldwide because of possibly faulty passenger side airbag inflators that could rupture.
Chrysler has announced a recall that affects 895,000 SUVs over wiring issues in the vanity mirror.
Acura is calling back 14,708 ILX models over an issue with the headlights.
Volkswagen has ordered its dealers to not sell about 800 units of the 2015 Golf GTI because some of the vehicles have a safety defect.
Late Monday, Ford announced six new recall campaigns that will cover roughly 101,000 vehicles.
If you live in a “salt belt” state and drive a Subaru, there’s a good chance your vehicle is going to be recalled.
The state of Tennessee has added a pair of new DUI laws just in time for the 4th of July holiday.
General Motors has actually recalled one of its own recalls on the 2014 Cadillac CTS.
Defensive driving will be more important this Friday than any other day of the year.
Graco Children’s Products said today that it will recall roughly 1.9 million infant safety seats with latches that may become difficult to open.
A support bracket that could come loose during airbag deployment is causing Hyundai to recall 58,000 of its Elantra Touring hatchbacks from the 2010 to 2012 model years in North America.
Nearly 696,000 vehicles are being added to a recall campaign that Chrysler announced in March, 2011.
Nearly 8.5-million vehicles have been recalled by General Motors globally.