National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Subaru is recalling nearly 634,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. because lights beneath the doors can overheat and cause fires.
General Motors is recalling more than 145,000 pickup trucks because the hoods can fly open unexpectedly and block the driver’s vision.
The U.S. government has slapped Toyota Motor Corp. with a record $17.4 million fine for failing once again to quickly report problems to federal regulators and for delaying a safety recall.
BMW is recalling about 35,000 X5 SUVs in the U.S. and Canada because a bolt can break and cause the loss of power-assisted steering.
Nissan is recalling certain model year 2012 and 2013 Altima vehicles that total about 13,900 because its bolts could become loose and fall out, increasing the risk of a car crash.
Toyota Motor Corp. said Wednesday it’s recalling 778,000 RAV4 SUVs and Lexus HS 250h sedans in the U.S. to fix a suspension problem that could cause crashes.
The government has expanded an investigation into fires that can start in the doors of several Toyota models, adding 600,000 Camrys and other vehicles to the probe.
Federal safety regulators are investigating buses made by Motor Coach Industries Inc. during the past 20 years because the drive shafts could fall out and cause the driver to lose control.
Subaru is recalling more than 275,000 Forester SUVs because a rear seat belt may not hold a child seat in place securely.
Chrysler is recalling about 200,000 Jeep Liberty SUVs, because a key part could break and cause a crash.
Nissan says it is recalling more than 79,000 vehicles in the U.S. to fix possible gasoline leaks.
Carmakers should design potentially distracting dashboard technology so it’s automatically disabled while the vehicle is in motion, federal safety officials said Thursday.