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Recall roundup: Kia Forte for fire risk problems

Recall roundup: Kia Forte for fire risk problems

Kia has recently issued a recall for the Forte as some of these vehicles can encounter a fire risk. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Kia have recently announced a recall for the Forte, across the United States, as the model in question apparently suffers from a fire risk. […]

Recall roundup: BMW i8 for fire risk

Recall roundup: BMW i8 for fire risk

The German based automaker BMW has issued a recall for the i8 “green” sports car as this is confronting with a possible fire risk. We all know the images and videos with the expensive supercars being transformed into live torches for no obvious reason and also know that the carmakers […]

Recall roundup: Lexus vehicles for fire risk

Recall roundup: Lexus vehicles for fire risk

The Japanese based automaker Lexus has officially announced a new recall for approximately 423,000 units because of a possible fire risk. According to the car manufacturer, owners of about 423,000 Lexus vehicles will have to take a trip back to the dealers because of a possible fire risk. The company […]

Recall roundup: Toyota vehicles for fire risk

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 have been affected by a new recall which has been announced due to a possible fire risk. The affected […]

Recall roundup: Ford Focus in China

Recall roundup: Ford Focus in China

Ford, which counts the Focus model as its best-selling nameplate in the world’s largest auto market has announced it has moved to recall 191,770 Focus sedan cars, believed to have a defective part that could lead to a fuel leak fire risk. The recall was ordered to change the faulty […]

Recall roundup: Holden Captiva in Australia

Recall roundup: Holden Captiva in Australia

Holden has recently announced a recall for the Captiva models in Australia, because of a problem with a fuel feed hose, which can even lead to a fire. According to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), more than 14,000 Holden Captiva SUVs will be affected by this recall and […]