Honda, Acura Recall for Faulty Fuel Pumps on 2018-2020 Models

Owners of certain Honda and Acura vehicles are at risk of their car experiencing a loss in engine power or stalling due to defective fuel pumps installed in some 136,057 of the 2018 through 2020 models. American Honda has now issued a recall for these vehicles due to the increased safety risk presented by the faulty fuel pumps. Due to … Read More

2019, 2020 Toyota RAV4 Recalled for Faulty Suspension Arm

A safety defect affecting nearly 10,000 Toyota RAV4s and RAV4 hybrid vehicles was reported this week, halting sales of the popular SUV at dealerships throughout the country. Some 9,502 of these 2019 and 2020 RAV4 SUVs were recalled due to a potential crash risk that could prove to be deadly. The problem stems from a faulty front lower suspension arm … Read More

Subaru Recalls 2019 Impreza, Outback, Ascent, and Legacy for Stall Risk

Subaru is recalling 188,000 2019 vehicles due to faulty fuel pumps that may cause the engine to stall. Specifically, owners of 2019 Subaru Impreza sedans and hatchbacks, Outback wagons, Legacy sedans, and Ascent SUVs are affected by this latest safety recall. Drivers may experience a stalled engine to stall and could be at risk of being in a collision if … Read More

Ford Recalls 248,912 Fusions, Fiestas, Lincoln MKZ for Faulty Door Latch

Ford Motor Co. announced a new recall Wednesday for 248,912 vehicles across the United States. The vehicles affected are the 2014-15 Ford Fiesta, 2014-16 Ford Fusion and 2014-16 Lincoln MKZ. The American auto manufacturer reports that the latch pawl spring-tab design is problematic in areas with high ambient temperature. Specifically, the latch is susceptible to cracking and potential failure under … Read More

Volvo Recalls ALL 121,605 of Its 2019-2020 Vehicles

Volvo Recall Will Fix Automatic Braking System Volvo is recalling every one of its 2019-2020 model-year Volvo vehicles due to a problematic auto emergency braking system. That’s a total of 121,605 vehicles in the United States. The Swedish auto maker is recalling all Volvo 2019-2020 models: S60, V60, V60 Cross Country, S90, V90, V90 Cross Country, XC40, XC60, and XC90. The … Read More

Toyota Recalls 1.8 million Cars for Fuel Pump Problems

Toyota has expanded its recent recall by more than one million vehicles due to problems with fuel pumps. The latest recall comes on the heels of one in January for 700,000 vehicles for the same issue.  A total of 1.8 million Toyota and Lexus models are now subject to the recall. At issue is that vehicles with the faulty fuel … Read More

Fire Hazard Leads to Honda Recall 250,000 Odyssey Minivans

2018-2020 Honda Odyssey Minivans Recalled Some 241,339 2018-2020 Honda Odyssey minivans are being recalled due to a safety risk involving the third-row seat. The auto maker reports there is a fire risk in the affected minivans sold in the United States, according to documents filed by Honda with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The report stated that the … Read More

2019-20 Lexus and Toyota Cars and SUVs Engine Recall

44,000 Newer-Model Lexus and Toyota Cars and SUVs Recalled A recall announced this week would replace the engine block on 44,000 Toyota and Lexus cars and SUVs. The following vehicles are subject to the recall: 2020 Lexus ES 300h sedans; 2020 Toyota Avalon Hybrid, Camry and Camry Hybrid sedans; 2019-20 Toyota RAV4 and RAV4 Hybrid SUVs Toyota has reported that … Read More

2019 Cadillac CT6 Transmission Problems, Brakes, Electronics Issues

There are some trouble spots in most cars, but it’s not something you expect to find in a 2019 Cadillac CT6 sedan. Indeed, the luxury sedan has overall good ratings, but it does have some issues with its climate system, in-car electronics and transmission, according to Consumer Reports. Also, a safety issue involving the brakes has prompted a recall of … Read More

Latest Takata Recalls 10 million Cars from 14 Auto Manufacturers — Again

Just when motorists thought their vehicle was safe to drive, some 10 million car owners are finding out they will need to replace their front airbags yet again. The latest Takata airbag recall involves 10 million vehicles that had previously been recalled and repaired, but unfortunately the cars were fixed with the same dangerous inflators until a permanent replacement could … Read More