Three more death claims have been approved by the General Motors ignition switch compensation fund. These recent additions have increased the total to 107. Continue Reading...
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Acura announced a new recall today covering approximately 19,500 vehicles from the 2014 and 2015 model years. Continue Reading...
Nearly 3 million older Jeeps may be coming under NHTSA’s microscope once again. The federal agency could reopen an investigation into these vehicles because there have been dozens of gas-tank fires following rear-end crashes. Continue Reading...
The number of deaths officially acknowledged under GM’s ignition switch compensation program reached 80 today. Continue Reading...
Chrysler’s Hellcat performance cars may be blindingly fast but they can’t outrun a recall. These 707-hp versions of the Dodge Challenger coupe and Charger sedan may have an issue with leaking fuel. Continue Reading...
Over two-million vehicles are being re-recalled after not being adequately fixed in a previous recall. Continue Reading...
Suzuki is issuing a recall for two if its models in the U.S. Continue Reading...
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) announced that it will recall 66,819 Ram pickup trucks. Continue Reading...
One of the world’s largest child car seat manufacturers is the subject of a federal investigation for how it dealt with a massive safety recall. Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration closed a pair of investigations into various Ford and GM vehicles. Continue Reading...
Twenty-fourteen must be the year of the recall. Takata’s massive airbag foible is causing much grief, GM’s ignition fiasco drags on and in addition to all of this there have been myriad smaller safety actions. Adding to the tally, Ford just announced five callbacks. Continue Reading...
In an effort to address a quality issue with hood-latches, Porsche is conducting a voluntary recall of 1,382 Boxster, Cayman and 911 models sold in the US. Continue Reading...
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...
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...