Nissan Recalls Cars, SUVs Due To Risk Of FireNissan recalled nearly 240,000 cars and SUVs worldwide due to a fire risk and is advising people to park the vehicles outdoors in rare cases.
Ford, Mazda Recall Pickups A 2nd Time For Air Bag ProblemFord and Mazda are recalling more than 380,000 older small pickup trucks for a second time to replace Takata air bag inflators that can explode and hurl shrapnel.
Fiat Chrysler Recalls 1M Pickups For Faulty SoftwareFiat Chrysler is recalling approximately 1 million trucks in North America due to a software glitch that could prevent side air bags and seatbelts from deploying during a rollover.
Mazda Recalls Nearly 174K Cars To Fix Faulty SeatsMazda is recalling about 174,000 small cars in the U.S. because the seats can change angles suddenly, making the vehicles hard to drive.
Mercedes Recalls Some 48K SUVs To Fix Air Bag SensorMercedes-Benz is recalling nearly 48,000 SUVs in the U.S. to fix a sensor problem that could stop the front passenger air bag from inflating in a crash.
Watch Out For Certified Used Cars With Safety DefectsUnder a new Federal Trade Commission ruling, a dealer can now advertise used cars as certified -- even if it hasn’t fixed a safety problem under a recall notice.
Mitsubishi Recalls 50K SUVs; Rear Hatches Can Fall On PeopleMitsubishi is recalling more than 50,000 Outlander Sport SUVs because the rear hatch lift gate can suddenly fall on people.
Mitsubishi Recalls 2 SUV Models To Fix Windshield WipersMitsubishi is recalling two SUV models to fix problems that could cause the windshield wipers to malfunction.
Volvo Recalls 74,000 U.S. Vehicles To Fix Seat Belt ProblemVolvo is recalling about 74,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. because the front passenger seat belt may not hold people in a crash.
Hyundai Recalls SUVs; Software Flaw May Stop AccelerationHyundai is recalling about 41,000 small SUVs in the U.S. because a software glitch can stop the vehicles from accelerating.
GM Recalls 4M Vehicles For Air Bag Defect Linked To 1 DeathGeneral Motors recalled more than 4 million vehicles, most of them in the U.S., to fix an air bag software defect. The vehicles involved in the recall are all from the 2014-2017 model years.