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Volvo’s Largest Ever Recall Affects 2.2 Million Cars Globally

Ironically, the recall has something to do with seatbelts. Volvo has built its reputation around the principle of safety, making sure that its cars are the safest vehicles on the planet. It has been so for the past decades, and the Swedish company's

Volvo’s Largest Ever Recall Affects 2.2 Million Cars Globally2020-07-04T01:28:23-04:00

Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles Recalled by American Honda Due to Crash and Injury Hazards (Recall Alert)

This recall involves certain Model Year 2019 & 2020 Honda Pioneer 1000 and Talon 1000 side-by-side vehicles. The recalled vehicles were sold in various colors, including: red, blue, green, gray and yellow. The name “HONDA” is on the front, sides and the rear of the

Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles Recalled by American Honda Due to Crash and Injury Hazards (Recall Alert)2020-06-24T01:35:06-04:00

Recall alert: 95K Jeep Cherokees recalled due to transmission problems

Fiat Chrysler has announced a recall of nearly 95,000 Jeep Cherokees. The recall is due to transmission issues that can cause the vehicles to lose power or may prevent the SUV from being in park, The Associated Press reported. Gear teeth that change

Recall alert: 95K Jeep Cherokees recalled due to transmission problems2020-06-21T03:23:47-04:00

Recall alert: American Honda recalls 25,000 recreational off-highway vehicles

American Honda Motor Company is recalling about 25,000 recreational off-highway vehicles, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Thursday. The vehicle can move or roll while in the park position, creating crash and injury hazards, the CPSC said. American Honda said it received

Recall alert: American Honda recalls 25,000 recreational off-highway vehicles2020-06-20T00:43:19-04:00

Nissan recalls 1.9 million vehicles over faulty hood latch

Hoods could fly open on certain Nissan vehicles because of a faulty latch prompting the carmaker to recall thousands of cars for the fourth time. A coating can flake off the secondary hood latch, leaving bare metal that, over time, can cause rust

Nissan recalls 1.9 million vehicles over faulty hood latch2020-06-05T04:31:15-04:00

Suspension rust problem forces Mitsubishi to recall vehicles

Mitsubishi is recalling nearly 223,000 vehicles in Canada and cold-weather U.S.states because parts of the suspension can rust, detach and cause drivers to lose control. DETROIT: Mitsubishi is recalling nearly 223,000 vehicles in Canada and cold-weather U.S. states because parts of the suspension

Suspension rust problem forces Mitsubishi to recall vehicles2020-06-03T04:50:06-04:00

Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator Recalled Because Automatic Braking Might Not Work

Ford is recalling certain 2020 Expeditions and 2020 Lincoln Navigators because they are equipped with nonfunctioning Pre-Collision Assist features, a system that includes forward collision warning (FCW) and automatic emergency braking (AEB). The driver may not receive a warning that the systems are

Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator Recalled Because Automatic Braking Might Not Work2020-06-02T04:53:23-04:00

Suspension rust problem forces Mitsubishi to recall vehicles

DETROIT -- Mitsubishi is recalling nearly 223,000 vehicles in Canada and cold-weather U.S. states because parts of the suspension can rust, detach and cause drivers to lose control. In the U.S. the recall covers the 2008 to 2013 Outlander, the 2011 to 2016

Suspension rust problem forces Mitsubishi to recall vehicles2020-05-28T02:12:23-04:00

How did the Seat Flip in the Honda Odyssey That Killed an Ohio Teen?

A speedy reach for tennis gear in a minivan brought about the death of a Seven Hills, Ohio student Kyle Plush on April 10th, 2018 and an examination of a comparable van sheds some light on how it may have occurred. The 16-year-old high school

How did the Seat Flip in the Honda Odyssey That Killed an Ohio Teen?2018-06-30T20:59:04-04:00

Busiest Year for Auto Recalls in Years

A large number of safety recalls from Toyota Motor, General Motors (GM), and other automakers have marked 2010 as the busiest year for repairs by the auto industry in seven years. The six largest suppliers of automobiles in the United States have recalled over 19 million vehicles in 600

Busiest Year for Auto Recalls in Years2018-06-27T12:12:53-04:00