Honda will be contacting the owners of certain 2016-2019 Acura ILX vehicles regarding a problem affecting their vehicles power train.
General Motors are once again petitioning the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to exclude certain GM full size trucks and sport utility vehicles (SUVs) from the massive Takata air bag recall.
Ford will be contacting the owners of certain 2013 F-150 trucks, equipped with 5.0L or 6.2L gasoline engines and that have had the power train control module (PCM) software reprogrammed under recall 19V-075.
Honda will be contacting the owners of certain 2017-2018 Clarity Fuel Cell vehicles regarding a problem with the power train system.
The owners of certain 2010-2014 Toyota Prius and Prius V vehicles are questioning the adequacy of Toyota's attempts over the past years, to stop overheating in the electrical system of their vehicles.
December Automobile Defects include brakes, airbags and fuel systems.
General Motors will be contacting a small number of owners of certain 2019 Buick and Chevrolet vehicles, because of a problem affecting the airbag system.
November Recalls Include Ford, BMW & Subaru for engine, airbag and fuel problems.
Owners of certain Kia Niro and Sorneto vehicles will be contacted by the manufacturer regarding two separate recalls. For more information about these defects, owners are asked to contact Kia customer service.
General Motors issued four recalls this September for problems with the electric seat heaters, brakes and steering. Owners will be asked to return to their dealerships for repairs.
Toyota will be sending out recall notices to certain 2016-2018 Prius and 2012 Avalon owners for problems affecting the electrical and air bag systems.
Chrysler announced six recalls this month for defects affecting Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep and RAM vans, trucks and SUVs. Owners who would like more information about the recall affecting their vehicle can contact Chrysler customer service at 1-800-853-1
Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released proposed rule making, the Safer Affordable Fuel-Efficient (SAFE) Vehicles Rule
A small number of BMW drivers will be contacted by the manufacturer regarding four separate recalls affecting vehicle braking, control, safety and structure. Below is a list of the NHTSA safety reports for these defects.