Ford has announced a new recall that affects roughly 390,000 vehicles. Continue Reading...
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GM is introducing new software to its dealerships to make sure that vehicles under recall aren’t sold before being fixed. Continue Reading...
Chevrolet is recalling 87,063 Malibu mid-size sedans from the 2013 to 2015 model years. Continue Reading...
There are 104,871 new vehicles being recalled for having potentially lethal airbags from Takata. Continue Reading...
Toyota is recalling all 2,500 of its Rav4 EVs over an issue with components that were supplied by Tesla. Continue Reading...
Honda is turning to advertisements to make sure owners get their recalled vehicles fixed. Continue Reading...
Toyota has announced two new recall campaigns. Continue Reading...
Chrysler is once again recalling a host of vehicles over a problem with the ignition switch. Continue Reading...
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling approximately 25,000 copies of the 200 mid-size sedan for a transmission replacement. Continue Reading...
Mercedes is calling back about 147,000 vehicles due to a fire risk. Continue Reading...
GM is expanding an existing recall to include 69,633 more vehicles. Continue Reading...
Ford is calling back about 221,000 vehicles to fix issues with door handles and seat belts. Continue Reading...
General Motors is still in the throes of dealing with faulty ignition switches moving into 2015. Continue Reading...
Takata Corp. announced today that Stefan Stocker is stepping down from his position as the company’s president. Continue Reading...
2014 will likely be remembered as the year of the recall in the automotive industry. Continue Reading...
As if the discomfort isn’t reason enough, there’s a new reason to avoid potholes if you own a Volkswagen Beetle. 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...
General Motors ordered more than 500,000 replacement ignition switches six weeks before it publicly announced its infamous recall campaign. Continue Reading...
Ford has issued a new recall today covering roughly 205,000 CUVs over issues with possible corrosion under certain reinforcement brackets. Continue Reading...
Chrysler has announced two vehicle recalls covering roughly 566,000 vehicles. Continue Reading...
Ford announced its first recall of the sixth-generation Mustang today. Continue Reading...
Chrysler is recalling over 900,000 vehicles worldwide because of defects that could cause fires. Continue Reading...
Today Chrysler announced that it will recall roughly 22,100 small cargo vans because the side airbags could inadvertently deploy. Continue Reading...