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Recalls reach record with two months to spare


We’re more than two months away from 2015 and automakers have already hit a massive threshold – the recall numbers have passed 56 million units – a pace that was last achieved back in 1999. Here’s the breakdown – 2014 has been a tough year for carmakers and their corporate culture that in cases chooses to conceal defects. That’s for obvious ...
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