Toyota is recalling the brand new 2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback to replace the entire transmission, the automaker has announced.
White-Rodgers is recalling about 135,000 Emerson Sensi WiFi thermostats sold in the U.S. amid reports that some malfunctioning devices caused property damage, according to the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC).
Skip Hop has recalled over 40,000 Tuo convertible high chairs after 17 reports of the legs detaching.
About 1,000 of the 2018-2019 Kawasaki Mule™ Pro off-road vehicles were recalled because the rollover bars may not protect passengers.
Signature Hardware recalled 7,200 wall-mounted shower seats after nearly 200 reports of the seats breaking, including 23 people who suffered scrapes, bruises, cuts needing stitches, and spinal fractures.
Honda has recalled about 56,000 of the 2016-2018 model-year Pioneer 1000 off-road vehicles due to a potential fire hazard.
Honda is recalling about 107,000 Odyssey vehicles in the U.S. from model years 2018 and 2019 to fix power sliding doors which may not latch properly, the automaker stated this week.
In yet another recall by the beleaguered Japanese automaker, Subaru is recalling Legacy sedans and Outback wagons over concerns that a software error may lead to incorrect fuel gauge readings.
Mazda Motor Corporation on Thursday announced plans to recall about 640,000 vehicles worldwide to fix problems related to valve springs used in its diesel engines.