Americans are less happy with their cars and trucks than at any time in more than a decade, and it’s largely because they’re getting sick of dealing with all the recalls.
Blue Bell Creameries announced on Monday that it will begin distributing ice cream to select Texas markets again on August 31.
Volkswagen is recalling 420,000 vehicles of eight different models in the U.S. because of a problem with its front air bag that can prevent it from deploying in a crash.
General Motors is recalling 73,424 Chevrolet Cobalt cars in the U.S. and Canada because improper wiring could prevent a driver’s side air bag from deploying after a crash.
Mazda is recalling its biggest SUV to fix suspension parts that can rust and come loose, causing a loss of steering control. The recall covers more than 193,000 vehicles from the 2007 through 2014.
Subaru is recalling 32,400 of their Impreza compact cars in the United States to fix a problem that can stop the front passenger air bag from inflating during a crash.
Acura has recalled two models of SUVs because the automatic emergency braking systems can malfunction and put the vehicles and their drivers at risk of a collision.
Mazda is recalling nearly 540,000 cars and pickup trucks, adding to the growing list of models under recall for air bags that potentially can explode with too much force.
The U.S. government’s highway safety agency has become more aggressive in enforcing auto safety rules, and Fiat Chrysler and the industry will have to adjust, the company’s CEO said Tuesday.
Fiat Chrysler has added almost 69,000 Jeep Cherokees to a recall in order to fix side air bags that can inflate without a crash. The recall now covers nearly 317,000 vehicles.
Under pressure from U.S. safety regulators, Ford is expanding a recall to fix door latches that may not stay closed. The recall now covers almost 546,000 vehicles.
Major recalls from two ice cream companies due to listeria bacteria raise questions about how the pathogen could have contaminated multiple manufacturing plants.