Volkswagen ID.4 Electric Vehicle Recall for Software Issue

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. will recall 79,953 electric SUV vehicles due to a potentially deadly crash hazard discovered in its 2021, 2022, and 2023 Volkswagen ID.4 models. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports there is a software glitch in these vehicles. The issue could prevent the vehicle from displaying the speedometer information and or the rearview camera images. … Read More

Is Your Volkswagen Tiguan SUV a Winner or a Lemon?

Owners of the Volkswagen Tiguan have been complaining to federal safety officials over the years about acceleration issues with the family-sized SUV, but does the vehicle qualify as a lemon? “When pressing the gas through an intersection, the vehicle seems starved for gas and does not accelerate and almost stalls,” the owner of a 2023 Tiguan from Chicago, IL recently … Read More

Is Your Luxury Porsche Cayenne SUV a Lemon?

Owners of the luxury Porsche Cayenne SUV who experience repeated problems or have safety issues may wonder if they own a lemon. “Just because you spent a lot of money for a vehicle, doesn’t make it lemon-proof,” said Attorney James Johnson, a California lemon law lawyer. “Auto manufacturing defects are common, but if they pose a safety risk or there … Read More

Cars with a Major Safety Issue Qualify as a Lemon in California

Don’t Get Behind the Wheel of a Lemon There are many dangerous and congested roads throughout California, so it’s good to know that if you discover a major safety issue that your car could qualify as a lemon. Any driver traveling a busy freeway here is at risk of being involved in a collision, but there is an even greater … Read More

Ford Maverick, Ford Escape, Lincoln Corsair Hybrids Recalled

Ford plans to recall several hybrid models including the Maverick, Escape PHEV, and the Lincoln Corsair. The company discovered a glitch after a recent software update that could cause the drivetrain or transmission to suddenly shift into neutral while driving. The problem happens when a driver in one of these Ford hybrids releases the gas pedal at a stop or … Read More

Porsche Taycan Electrical Issues, Brakes, Complaints, Lemon Law

Owners of the Porsche Taycan thought their new luxury electric sports car would be the proverbial wet dream come true, but recent safety concerns have been a rude awakening for some. Indeed, the electrified Porsche offers consumers a way to curb greenhouse gas emissions without curbing their enthusiasm for a fancy sports car. However, complaints over the past year to … Read More

Tesla Recalls 2024 Cybertruck Gas Pedal Unintentional Acceleration

Tesla Recalls 2024 Cybertrucks to Fix Gas Pedal Defect Tesla recalls 2024 Cybertruck vehicles to fix gas pedals after discovering they can become stuck when pressed and possibly unintentionally accelerate. The $81,895 to $101,985 futuristic trucks, which first hit the road last December, were manufactured with a pad attached to the pedal that could dislodge. If that happens, the pad … Read More

Recall Ford Bronco Sport SUV, Maverick Pickup Low Battery Issue

Ford Motor Co. will recall roughly 456,565 vehicles due to a low battery issue that may increase the risk of a crash in certain Ford Bronco Sport SUVs and Ford Maverick pickups. The affected vehicles may lose drive power from the low battery charge as well as the loss of power to electrical accessories, according to the National Highway Traffic … Read More

2020, 2021, 2022, 2024 Kia Telluride SUV Rollaway Recall

Kia is recalling roughly 427,000 Telluride SUVs due to a rollaway risk when parked after a defect was discovered in the vehicles. Owners are advised to use their parking brake when they park their vehicle until they have it repaired. The  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports the intermediate shaft and right front driveshaft may not fully engage in certain … Read More

2023 Kia Sorento Owners Say the SUV Suddenly Shuts Down

Several owners of the 2023 Kia Sorento are wondering why their brand-new SUVs suddenly shut down with or without warning while driving. They are demanding Kia repair, replace, or buy back their defective vehicles, but their complaints are not being heard. Dealerships are telling their customers the codes needed to repair the SUVs are not showing up and they can’t … Read More

Earth Day: When Will Consumers Embrace Electric Vehicles?

Electric Cars: Paving the Way to a Green Future Perhaps all vehicles on the road will be electric by the time Earth Day 2050 rolls around, but until then consumers are reluctant to embrace the idea while there remain cheaper and more convenient gas-powered options. According to the California Air Resources Board’s latest Advanced Clean Cars II regulations, all new … Read More

Toyota Tacoma Pickup Truck Recall 381,000 Vehicles

2022, 2023 Tacoma Pickup Trucks Recalled Toyota Motor North America plans to recall roughly 381,000 of its 2022 and 2023 Tacoma midsize pickup trucks in the United States due to a faulty part that could fall off and increase the risk of a collision. Indeed, the automaker reports that welding debris left at the ends of axles could allow some … Read More