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Carlos Ghosn sees industry wide recalls mounting


The chief executive officer of the Renault – Nissan alliance is warning buyers that auto recalls would increase their number as the producers try to address quickly any quality issue to keep owners happy. The ignition switch debacle surrounding General Motors and the mounting scandal with Takata Corp’s airbag inflators is just the tip of the iceberg, according to Ghosn, as ...
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Mounting Toyota recalls show the automaker is under pressure
The Japanese automaker, the world’s largest auto company, is today in a shameful situation: federal regulators supervise its safety operations. The latest string of recalls is a sign that its ...
Another three GM recalls announced
General Motors has announced another three separate recalls because of several problems which are covering 60,575 vehicles in North America. According to the North American based automaker, three new separate recall ...
GM prepares to move past recalls with multi-year strategy
On Wednesday, GM’s chief executive Mary Barra is set to unveil a multi-year financial plan – akin to Marchionne’s five-year strategy for FCA – aiming to concentrate on delivering greater ...
Recall roundup: 419,000 Hyundai cars for three separate problems
Hyundai has recently issued three separate recalls for different problems which will be affecting a total of 419,000 vehicles. Hyundai Motor Company is currently recalling models such as the 2001 – ...
GM recalls – business opportunities for many US dealerships
Although a deadly ignition switch scandal, followed by a hurricane of recalls that led to 29 million cars in need of servicing, should have spelled trouble for dealerships, the situation ...
General Motors – 6 new recalls announced
General Motors is continuing to announce new recalls with six separate campaigns which are covering nearly three quarters of a million cars found on U.S. roads. The first recall is affecting ...
US: regulators seek increased recall pace
Both members of the Congress and the Obama administration want besides bigger fines for automakers an increased authority base to be given to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The lawmakers ...
Recall mayhem spurs supply chain problems
All you need to be convinced that 2014 is the year of the recall is to just take a look at GM and Toyota’s tally so far, with the duo ...
US: record recall numbers on fast approach
Looks like 2014 is shaping up to be the year of recalls in the US, and to a little extent in the rest of the world as well. With the ...

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