Ford Recalling More Than 550K Pickups & SUVs For Seat Strength ProblemA safety alert for pickup and SUV owners -- the Ford Motor Company is recalling more than 550,000 vehicles because seat backs may not properly restrain passengers in a crash.
Toyota Recalling More Than 190K Cars Because Air Bags May Not InflateToyota is recalling more than 190,000 cars because the air bags may not inflate properly in a crash.
Volkswagen To Recall More Than 675K US Cars To Fix Rollaway ProblemIt's a problem that could allow vehicles stopped, but not in park, to simply roll away... now Volkswagen is recalling some 679,000 cars in the U. S.
Ford Issues 2nd Recall Of 58,000 Focus Cars To Repair Problem Not Fixed EarlierFord Motor Company is recalling some 58,000 cars because of fuel tanks issues.
Ford Recalls 1.2M+ Explorer SUVs, F-150s For Suspension, Transmission WoesFord Motor Co. is recalling more than 1.3 million SUVs and pickups, mainly in North America, to fix software problems and rear suspension issues.
GM Recalls Heavy-Duty Diesel Trucks Due To Engine Block Heater FiresGeneral Motors is recalling more than 368,000 pickups and other trucks worldwide after 19 reports of fires.
Fiat Chrysler Recalls More Than 300K Dodge Dart Cars Due To Rollaway RiskFiat Chrysler is recalling more than 300,000 vehicles in North America because a transmission problem could cause them to roll away unexpectedly.
More Than 1M Honda Vehicles Being Recalled Because Of Dangerous Air BagsHonda is recalling some 1.2 million vehicles because their Takata air bag inflators can explode.
Steering Failure Concern Results In 650K+ Fiat Chrysler Truck RecallFiat Chrysler is recalling more than 660,000 heavy-duty trucks worldwide because a loose nut can cause a loss of steering control.
Hyundai, Kia Recall 160K+ Vehicles At Risk For Engine FiresHyundai and Kia are moving ahead with a recall of about 168,000 vehicles to fix a fuel pipe problem that can cause engine fires.
U.S. Investigating Whether GM SUV Recall Included Enough VehiclesThe U.S. government is investigating whether General Motors should expand a 2016 windshield wiper recall to include 1.7 million more SUVs.