Ford recalls 650,000 Fusions, Lincoln MKZs in N.A. to fix seat beltsFri, 02, Dec 2016
Takata said to narrow buyer bids to Autoliv, Key Safety SystemsTue, 22, Nov 2016
Takata has narrowed a list of bidders to Autoliv and Key Safety Systems for a final round of negotiations, moving the airbag maker a step closer to securing a buyer to steer it through biggest safety recall crisis in automotive history.
Kia recalls 71,000 Sportages after 9 complaints of 'thermal events'Tue, 22, Nov 2016
Kia Motors America is recalling 71,704 Kia Sportage crossovers in the U.S. because an electronic control unit can short circuit and lead to a fire. The affected crossovers are from the 2008 and 2009 model years and were assembled between Aug. 9, 2007, and May 13, 2009.
Toyota to recall 744,000 Siennas for possible door malfunctionTue, 22, Nov 2016
FCA will recall 88,888 vehiclesFri, 18, Nov 2016
Mazda recalls 70,000 RX-8 sports cars in U.S.Tue, 15, Nov 2016
Mazda will recall about 70,000 RX-8 sports cars from the 2004-08 model years in the United States because of an issue with fuel pump sealing rings that may leak and catch fire, U.S. safety regulators said on Tuesday.
Subaru steps up quality control after stumblesSun, 13, Nov 2016
Volvo to recall 74,000 U.S. vehicles for seat belt riskTue, 08, Nov 2016
Software aims to expand recall's reachMon, 07, Nov 2016
Potential bidders for Takata may balk at GM bankruptcy precedentSun, 06, Nov 2016
As troubled Japanese auto supplier Takata prepares for a possible U.S. bankruptcy filing, potential bidders are poring over a recent U.S. court ruling that could expose a buyer to liability for the company's defective airbags, sources have told Reuters.
Takata aims to avoid bankruptcy to minimize disruptionsFri, 04, Nov 2016
Takata said it wants to avoid bankruptcy globally because a court-led restructuring could disrupt the supply of parts to automakers, the first public comments the embattled airbag supplier has made on an option being considered in the U.S.
Dealer reconsiders selling recalled vehiclesMon, 07, Nov 2016
After a whirlwind of local and national media coverage of a lawsuit filed by Florida dealer Earl Stewart against a rival group which was selling used vehicles subject to the Takata airbag recall, there's one less dealership group in South Florida selling those vehicles.