Kia recalls 507,000 vehicles in U.S. for airbag glitchJune 8
GM recalls 88,129 GMC Terrain crossovers over software defectJune 4
Kia recalls 106,428 Sedona minivans over power sliding door issueJune 4
STILL AT RISKJune 4
After four years, 92 percent of the cars with faulty ignition switches that GM believes still exist outside a junkyard have been fixed globally -- 96 percent of those in the U.S. -- but other recalls spurred by the ignition switch crisis were less successful.
GM not quite ready to give up the keys -- yetJune 3
Keyless ignition has become more common within GM's portfolio in the last four years, but it's still not standard on many of the company's least-expensive vehicles. It's not even an option on any GM pickups, including the newly redesigned Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra.
FCA recalls 4.8 million U.S. cars, light trucks to fix software flawMay 25
Daimler faces recall of over 600,000 Mercedes diesel models, report saysMay 25
Mercedes-Benz recalls 42,800 Smart ForTwos for fire riskMay 11
FCA recalls more than 325,000 older-model Jeep Liberty SUVsMay 11
NHTSA raises alarm over open Takata recalls on Ford Ranger, Mazda B-series trucksMay 7
GM says 2017 Chevy Bolt needs software updateMay 2
GM is asking owners of 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EVs to take the vehicles to dealerships for a software update that will sooner detect a potential battery issue that could lead to a reduction or loss of acceleration.