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VW will recall 2.46 million cars with illegal software in Germany, report says

Volkswagen Group will recall 2.46 million diesel vehicles in Germany fitted with illegal emissions-cheating software, including VW, Audi, Skoda and Seat models, a newspaper report said.  » READ

VW finds $2 billion in savings as cost-cut push takes shape


VW fined by South Korea, faces recall over emissions cheating


Toyota will replace 1.6 million Takata airbag inflators in Japan previously deemed safe


VW sticks to $7.1 billion provision for diesel recall despite simpler fixes


GM, law firm can keep ignition-switch documents secret, U.S. judge rules


Takata ignored employees' inflator concerns, report says


Ford latest automaker to stop using Takata airbag inflators


Ford recalls 451,865 Fusions, Mercury Milans for potential fuel tank problem


Tesla recalls 90,000 Model S cars for potential seat belt defect


VW's 3.0-liter diesels under wider scrutiny by EPA, CARB


Hyundai to recall about 305,000 Sonatas in U.S. for brake pedal issues


Takata airbag recall gets more complicated, and messy


NHTSA finally puts foot down on propellant


Kia recalls some 2014-16 Souls for steering glitch


U.S. senators seek to ensure Takata recall is completed


The shunning of Takata


Toyota joins Honda in ditching Takata airbag inflators


Mazda snubs Takata; supplier's survival in doubt


Mercedes to recall 126,260 vehicles in U.S. for airbag flaw


VW recalls 91,867 cars for potential braking problem


Honda bans Takata airbags from future vehicles


VW prepares to fight latest diesel cheating allegations


Jackson: 'I'm the black sheep' in NADA's view


Honda recalls some 2016 CR-Vs for exploding Takata airbag risk


Porsche recalls 58,881 Macan crossovers for possible fuel leak


GM says owners of fire-prone cars shouldn't park in garages


Fiat Chrysler recalls about 900,000 SUVs, crossovers to fix airbags, brakes


Honda recalls more than 300,000 Accords in U.S. for airbag flaw


Former U.S. prosecutor named to monitor GM safety efforts


Ford plans 3 recalls covering 131,000 vehicles


BMW recalls 86,018 Mini Cooper models for power-steering glitch


GM to recall 1.4 million older vehicles after engine fires


FCA recalls 66,000 Ram 1500s and 75,000 Jeep Cherokees to fix potential hazards


Nissan expands sedan recall to fix fuel-line defect that could lead to fire


Repair shops could get airbag recall work


Maserati recalls some $141,500 Quattroportes due to fire risk


NHTSA to decide soon on steps to speed Takata airbag repairs


VW's emissions retrofit may be among costliest recalls ever


Toyota will recall 6.5 million vehicles for potential fire risk