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Fiat Chrysler Recalls 1.1 Million Vehicles For Unintuitive Shifter


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A large number of Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep models are the subject of a new recall over shift levers that may not always end up in Park.

Bugatti Recalls Veyron Hypercars Twice, For Fuel Indicator And Corrosion Issues


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While the Chiron is enjoying its moment in the limelight, its predecessor, the Veyron, has been recently recalled in two separate campaigns.

Tesla Announces First Recall For Model X


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Tesla Motors' all-new electric SUV has been subjected to a recall, as the company announced that it will replace the third-row of seats in certain units.

Takata Airbag Modules Cause Another Honda Accord Recall


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Honda's latest safety campaign covers certain Accord units, from the 2004-2007 MY, in the United States.

Honda Issues Recall For Death- And Injuries-Related Airbags


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Honda Motor Co has announced a new safety campaign on its local market due to a malfunction of airbag inflators made by Daicel Corp.

Tenth Takata Airbag Death Reported In The US


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Volkswagen's cheating emissions scandal falls second place after the Takata airbag recall, which continues to be the largest safety campaign in the country's history.

2011 Hyundai Sonata Recalled For Possible Power Steering Loss


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While the new-gen Sonata nabbed the IIHS' Top Safety Pick Plus award, its predecessor has been subjected to a recall.

Toyota Recalls RAV4, Sienna, Lexus RX And ES In Two Campaigns


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Toyota Motor Sales USA has recently announced two separate recalls for nearly 17,000 vehicles.

FCA Recalls Certain 2015-2016 Ram 1500


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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has announced a new safety campaign that covers certain examples of the Ram 1500 pickup trucks.

Jeep Grand Cherokee And Dodge Durango Recalled For Brake Problems


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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles issued a recall campaign for two of its SUVs after a possible malfunction with the brakes was revealed during testing.

Ford Recalls Nearly 50,000 Vehicles In The US In Three Campaigns


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The Blue Oval has announced three separate recalls to fix several vehicles, which may be affected by different issues.

VW Recalls e-Golf For Possible Battery Software Issue


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Diesel-powered cars from the VW Group aren’t the only ones being prepped for a fix, as the Germans have now issued a recall for the battery-powered e-Golf too.

Renault Recalls 10,649 Zoe EVs Over Possible Brake Hose Issues


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The French company is recalling 10,649 Zoe EVs to examine the brake hoses which could carry a potential risk of rupture.

VW And Porsche Recall 800,000 Touareg And Cayenne Units Worldwide


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The Dieselgate scandal isn't the only pocket-draining issue for the Volkswagen Group.

Nissan Leaf Recalled Due To Braking Problems


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While the brand announced the introduction of an improved Leaf, with a longer range, the previous versions have been subjected to a recall.

Maserati Ghibli And Quattroporte Recalled For Unintended Acceleration Risk


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Maserati North America announced a recall for its two luxury sedans, the Ghibli and the Quattroporte, sold in the US.

Ford Issues Separate Transit And F-150 Recalls


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Ford has just issued two separate recall campaigns in North America affecting 2015-2016 Transit models and 2016 F-150s.

Takata Airbag Recall Could Affect 105 Million Vehicles In The U.S.


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Takata's airbag recall could be on the verge of getting much worse than it already is with US safety regulators deciding if a further 70-90 million vehicles should be recalled locally.

Honda Set To Recall All 2016 Civics In The U.S.


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Honda is set to issue a recall for the brand new 2016 Civic in the United States, potentially affecting some 34,000 cars.

Fatal Crash Reconstruction Led To Global Toyota RAV4 Airbag Recall


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Toyota recently issued a recall concerning certain RAV4 and RAV4 EV SUVs, after Canada’s transport ministry said it had found a potential seat-related defect in a unit involved in a fatal accident.