Nearly 205,000 Hyundai Elantras are being recalled because of a potential fault with their eclectically boosted power steering systems. Continue Reading...
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Yesterday we reported about Audi’s A4 recall, which affects some 850,000 cars worldwide. Today we know what the impact is here in the United States. Continue Reading...
Another day, another airbag recall and this time Audi’s taking the heat but not for the reason you probably expect. Continue Reading...
Do you own an Acura RLX sedan or an MDX crossover? If so you may want to be on the lookout for a notification from Honda. The company is recalling some 43,000 of these vehicles to fix potentially defective seat belts. Continue Reading...
GM may be driving away with all of the recall headlines these days but they’re not the only automaker with issues. Hyundai has to pay a penalty for not reporting and carrying out a call-back of its Genesis. Continue Reading...
GM is mired in a recall debacle the likes of which this industry has never faced before. But things just keep getting worse for the Detroit-based automaker. Now they can’t find nearly 140,000 cars and trucks that are subject to their ignition-switch call-back. Continue Reading...
The folks at Mercedes-Benz are recalling nearly 253,000 C-Class vehicles in the United States to correct an issue with the tail lamps. Continue Reading...
Attention Volvo drivers, your shiny new 2014 model car or crossover may have an electrical glitch. The automaker is recalling nearly 8,000 vehicles to correct a computer-related problem. Continue Reading...
Toyota is conducting two voluntary safety recalls. One applies to a couple of its hybrids, the other to a handful of Lexus models. Continue Reading...
Super-luxury automaker Rolls-Royce just announced a recall of its 2013 Phantom lineup. Call backs are never a good thing, but they can be especially embarrassing at the ultra-premium end of the market. How does the company treat its “high rolling” customers when something unexpected happens? Continue Reading...