General Motors is recalling about 200,000 Saab and Saturn cars in the U.S. and Canada to replace the Takata driver’s air bag inflators.
GM is recalling more than 473,000 trucks and SUVs in the U.S. and Canada because the brake pedals can come loose.
Mazda is recalling some SUVs because the fuel filler pipe can rupture in a rear crash and cause a gas leak and possible fire.
Honda is recalling another 2.2 million vehicles because the driver’s air bag inflators made by Takata can explode.
Toyota is recalling about 320,000 trucks and SUVs because the roof-mounted air bags can inflate without a crash.
Nissan is recalling nearly 930,000 Altima midsize cars worldwide — some for a third time — to fix a latch problem.
Ford is recalling nearly 391,000 Ranger pickups because the driver’s air bag inflators can explode with too much force .
A federal judge abruptly ended a trial that was supposed to help settle hundreds of lawsuits over General Motors’ faulty ignition switches.
Automobile recalls hit another record last year with the total number of vehicles recalled topped 51 million vehicles.
Ford is recalling about 313,000 older large cars because the headlights can go dark and cause a crash.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 56,000 Jeep Cherokee SUVs worldwide to fix a water leak .
General Motors has decided to replace several key engine parts to stop oil leaks that have caused more than 1,300 fires.
Ford is recalling nearly 452,000 midsize cars because the gas tanks potentially can leak fuel.
Hyundai is recalling nearly 305,000 Sonata midsize cars because the brake lights can stay on when the driver isn’t stopping.
Kia is recalling more than 256,000 Soul compact SUVs in the U.S. because the steering could fail.