General Motors is recalling nearly 780,000 crossover SUVs mainly in North America because the rear power lift gates can suddenly fall.
Hyundai is recalling about 140,000 Sonata midsize cars in the U.S. and Canada to fix a problem with the front passenger seat belt buckles.
General Motors is recalling more than 196,000 Hummer SUVs worldwide because the ventilation fan motor controls can overheat.
Jaguar Land Rover is recalling about 65,000 SUVs in the U.S. because the doors may not latch properly.
Ford is recalling 433,000 vehicles, including 2015 Focus, C-MAX and Escape models, because of a software problem.
Ford Motor Co. is recalling more than 200,000 Transit Connect vans and Escape sport-utility vehicles.
Toyota is adding nearly 1.4 million cars, trucks and SUVs to a growing recall for air bags that can explode.
Honda is adding more than a million of its most popular vehicles to a growing recall for air bags.
Acura has recalled two models because the automatic emergency braking systems can malfunction.
General Motors and Subaru are adding vehicles to the growing list of models being recalled by 11 automakers.
Automakers and governments are announcing additional models covered by last week’s massive expansion of a Takata air bag recall.
The recall covers certain Ford Flex and Taurus vehicles, as well as the Lincoln MKS and MKT from 2011 through 2013.
GM says it is recalling nearly 470,000 Chevrolet Malibu midsize cars to fix potentially weakened steel cables that link the front belts.
Ford is expanding a recall of small and midsize cars to fix door latches that may not stay closed.
BMW is recalling 91,800 Mini Coopers to fix a defect that may prevent the air bags from deploying in a crash.