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Recall roundup: GM CNG vans


The North American based automotive giant General Motors has recently issued yet another recall, this time for its compressed natural gas powered vans, due to a potential fire risk. If you though that you haven’t seen the words “General Motors” and “recall” in the same sentence for quite some time now, don’t despair, because the North American based automaker has just ...
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Recall roundup: Toyota vehicles for fire risk
The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently issued a recall for several of its vehicles because of a possible fire risk. According to the car manufacturer, several Toyota and Lexus vehicles ...
Recall roundup: Fiat 500L for airbag problems
Fiat has issued a recall for the 500L vehicles because of a problem with the driver’s knee airbag, which can deploy improper. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that certain ...
GM and Toyota recalls could be surpassed by Takata’s airbag issues
At least 10 million vehicles were recalled by Toyota back in 2009 and 2010 for the “unintended acceleration” issue and so far GM has made 67 separate recall actions with ...
GM’s victims fund death claims tally at 131
The General Motors victims compensation fund overseen by outside attorney Ken Feinberg has seen this week a rather sharp increase in claims, including another six fatality claims adding to the ...
Recall roundup:  Toyota FJ Cruiser and Tacoma
A new recall has been issued by Toyota covering the FJ Cruiser and the Tacoma because of incorrect tire placard labels. The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently announced a recall ...
Recall roundup: Chrysler 200 for electrical short issue
The North American based automaker Chrysler has recently announced a recall for several Chrysler 200 vehicles because of a possible electrical short problem. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, ...
US: House committee report criticizes the NHTSA on GM ignition switch mishap
Just a few hours ahead of a new Senate panel hearing that would see NHTSA acting administrator David Friedman appear to answer questions about the agency’s behavior in regard to ...
Recall roundup: Porsche 918 Spyder
Porsche has just issued a recall for its most impressive model ever created, the 918 Spyder, because of some problems with the rear-axle control arms. When we are talking about a ...
NHTSA boss pans GM’s “flawed” safety culture
David Friedman, acting administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, openly criticized the US automaker for the way it handled recalls, including the 2.6 million ignition switch one. While so ...



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