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...
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Another day, another airbag recall and this time Audi’s taking the heat but not for the reason you probably expect. Continue Reading...
In response to the FIFTH recall of the new Honda Fit the company’s board has cut CEO Takanobu Ito’s pay by a whopping 20 percent! Continue Reading...
Toyota is conducting a supplemental recall of some 247,000 vehicles to correct a potential airbag issue. 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...
The SRT Viper is being recalled because of a potential flaw with its air bag sensor. Continue Reading...
Several Toyota models are being recalled for a possible fire hazard. Continue Reading...
Another day, another GM recall. This time the Detroit-based automotive giant is working to fix issues with some natural gas-powered vehicles. Continue Reading...
A new report prepared by the U.S. Energy and Commerce Committee has concluded that NHTSA made “critical mistakes” in the GM ignition switch recall case. 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 recalls from General Motors continue to roll in. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
General Motors will pay out millions in compensation to victims and their families of crashes related to faulty ignition switches. Continue Reading...
The airbag recall that saw Toyota fixing 1.73 million vehicles is expanding to include roughly three million vehicles from Honda, Nissan and Mazda. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
General Motors is no longer being fined $7,000 per day by federal safety regulators for failing to provide adequate information in the controversial ignition switch recall and subsequent investigation. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
General Motors isn’t the only company going on a recall spree. Continue Reading...
The number of crashes acknowledged by GM to be related to faulty ignition switches now sits at 47. Continue Reading...
Chevrolet announced today that it will call back 218,000 Chevrolet Aveos because of a potential fire risk. Continue Reading...
Good press for Chinese manufacturing is hard to come by these days. American consumers have faced numerous issues with products imported from the country. Lead-laced toys, melamine-tainted toothpaste and pet-food recalls are a few incidents that come to mind. But what about tires? Should you trust your life to bargain rubber? Continue Reading...
There’s more fallout from General Motors’ toxic ignition recall. Another high-level engineer is stepping down from his post. Continue Reading...
General Motors is offering employee pricing to people who own a vehicle being recalled as part of its controversial ignition switch campaign, but there’s a catch. Continue Reading...