A nonprofit auto safety group is demanding that Hyundai and Kia recall 2.9 million cars and sport utility vehicles (SUVs) after hundreds of the vehicles reportedly caught fire.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is preparing to launch a recall affecting certain Jeep Wranglers from model years 2018 and 2019 due to a potentially faulty weld in the frame that could potentially cause a sudden crash, according to documents posted...
It seems not even the extreme high-end, ultra-elite vehicles are immune from recalls these days, as Ford is recalling its GT Supercar over a potential defect that has been reported to start fires in the race car overseas.
Yamaha Golf-Car Company, of Kennesaw, Georgia is recalling approximately 145,000 Yamaha golf carts because the spring on the accelerator pedal can break.
Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling about 2.4 million Prius vehicles worldwide over a problem that could cause them to stall out while driving, the automaker announced on Friday.
IKEA has recalled about 37,000 of the CALYPSO Ceiling Lamps because the glass shade can fall off and cause serious injuries.
Traeger has recalled Scout and Ranger portable wood pellet grills because grease can leak from the drip tray and catch on fire.
Honda Motor Company is recalling 2018 Accord sedans and 2019 Insight hybrid vehicles for potentially defective software that could disable the backup camera, while simultaneously calling back about 1.4 million Honda and Acura models to replace those pesky exploding Takata...
Social networking behemoth Facebook warned on Friday that hackers had gained access to sensitive data in some 50 million user accounts. Here’s what you can do to protect yours.