GM Extends Recall To Cover All Chevy Bolts Due To Fire RiskThe GM recall announced Friday adds about 73,000 Bolts from the 2019 through 2022 model years to a previous recall of 69,000 older Bolts.
GM Warns Some Bolt Owners To Park Outdoors Due To Fire RiskThe latest request comes after two Bolts that had gotten recall repairs caught fire, one in Vermont and the other in New Jersey, GM spokesman Kevin Kelly said.
Car Sales Slump As Vehicle Prices Continue To SurgeVehicle sales dropped again in June, the second month in a row of declining vehicle sales, as rising prices and shortages keep would-be buyers away.
Lawsuits Blame Range Rover Gear Shifter For Deadly RollawayA man in Los Angeles is suing after his wife was killed in a roll away accident. He claims the gear shift in the luxury car is to blame.
Ford Recalls Over 700,000 Vehicles Due To Backup Camera ProblemsDealers will replace the rearview camera at no cost to owners. The recall is expected to start Nov. 7.
Toyota Recalling 1.2 Million Vehicles Due To Possible Fuel Pump FailureThe vehicles include trucks, SUVs, minivans and cars across the model lineups of Toyota and its Lexus luxury vehicle brand.
Honda Recalls 241,000 Minivans Over Fire ConcernsThere have been three reports of fires but no injuries.
Toyota Adds 361K Vehicles To Takata Air Bag Inflator RecallToyota will notify owners by mail starting in mid-March. The company doesn't have a fix yet but will tell owners when one is ready.
Ford Recalls More Than 600,000 Vehicles To Fix Brake Problem After More Than A Dozen CrashesThe company says there have been 15 reports of crashes related to the problem. Two people were hurt.
More Than 260K Ford Pickup Trucks Recalled Because Tailgates Can Open UnexpectedlyFord says water can get into the electrical wiring and cause a short circuit, activating the switches and releasing the latches.
Fiat Chrysler Recalls 110K Vans Over Fire ConcernsFCA found 21 smoke or flame complaints with the government plus 13 reports from dealers. It also has over 4,000 warranty claims.