2021 2022 2023 Mercedes-Benz GLE SUV Recalls, Investigations and Complaints

The Mercedes Benz brand has always been associated with luxury, but owners of the 2021, 2022, and 2023 GLE SUV line could argue that recalls, engine problems, and interior electronics issues diminish its value. Apparently, consumers in the United States pulled back on Mercedes-Benz GLE models from 65,074 units sold in 2021 to just 57,933 in 2022, according to Car … Read More

250K California Cars with “Do Not Drive” or “Park Outside” Recalls Still on Roads

Roughly 250,000 vehicles traveling on California roads are deemed too dangerous to drive due to major safety recalls. Despite recalls alerting owners to “Park Outside” or “Do Not Drive,” people continue to drive them, according to recent data compiled by Carfax. The Carfax report lists more than 200 vehicles including brands such as Kia, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Subaru, Toyota, Chevrolet, and … Read More

2022-2023 Genesis GV70, GV80 Recall, Problems and Complaints

Top Genesis Complaints, Issues and Recalls    The latest commercial for the 2023 Genesis GV80 SUV ends with the tag line: “Life is defined by the choices we make.”  Indeed, consumers shopping for a new vehicles have a wide range of choices that’s why it’s so important that they know what they are getting into before they lay down thousands … Read More

2019-2023 Chevrolet 4500HD Pickup Truck Recall Due to Fire Risk

Recall: Chevrolet 4500HD, 5500HD and 6500HD Pickup Trucks A faulty brake system and potential fire risk is the reason behind a recall for 40,428 of the 2019 to 2023 model Chevrolet 4500HD, 5500HD and 6500HD pickup trucks by General Motors. The brake system in these heavy-duty pickup trucks may short-circuit and catch fire, leading to a possible collision and risk … Read More

Ram 2500 Pickup Truck Problems, Complaints and Recalls

What Owners of Ram 2500 Pickup Trucks Should Know: Owners of the Ram 2500 pickup truck are experiencing a number of problems ranging from tailgates popping open and faulty powertrains as well as potential fire risks. Johnson Attorneys Group recently learned about a 2021 Ram 2500 with just 36,000 miles on it that spent months in and out of the … Read More

Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Multiple Problems, Recalls, Complaints

Chrysler Pacifica Engine Shutdowns, Fires and More Chrysler Pacifica plug-in hybrid owners were sold on expectations of the easy-going van life. However, the dream of carefree cruising hit a speed bump recently after real life problems such as engine fires and shutdowns brought the fun to a screeching halt. Whether it’s catching fire, not charging or the check engine light … Read More

2023 Mercedes EQS 450 Electric Vehicle Problems and Complaints

Owners of the 2023 Mercedes EQS 450 Electric Vehicle are already reporting problems with the forward collision warnings to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Furthermore, our lemon law firm recently learned about a Southern California owner who had the motor replaced, just two months after purchase with 3,000 miles on the vehicle. There are other potential issues that electric … Read More

Hyundai and Kia Recall Over Fire Risk; Owners Park Outside

Tow Hitch Short Circuit May Cause Fire Hyundai and Kia are alerting owners of roughly 571,000 SUVs and minivans about a serious fire risk from tow hitch harnesses and instructing them to park outdoors. The tow hitch harnesses are not waterproof and could possibly shirt circuit and catch on fire when parked or driven on roads, highways or freeways, according … Read More

Why Should You Hire a California Lemon Law Attorney?

Many car owners put up with a defective vehicle because they don’t think they can fight a powerful auto manufacturer. However, if you were unfortunate enough to purchase a defective vehicle and it is still covered under warranty, a qualified lemon law attorney can assist you. They can help you navigate the legal process and possibly, obtain a refund, replacement … Read More

50,000 Tesla Model X SUVs Recall Seat Belt Issue

Seat Belts Not Properly Connected Could Fail in Crash A new recall for roughly 50,000 2022-23 Tesla Model X SUVs will address a seat belt issue. Safety regulators say they may not hold occupants due to poor factory-installed connections. Indeed, U.S. highway safety regulators reported the new investigation into issues with seat belts in these Tesla electric vehicles, Autobody News … Read More

BMW i4 eDrive40 and iX xDrive50 Electric Vehicles EV Are Too Quiet

Artificial Sound Generator May Fail Posing Risk to Pedestrians RECALL: BMW of North America, LLC notified 3,400 EV owners of its 2022-23 i4 eDrive40 and its iX xDrive50 electric vehicles that the artificial sound system sometimes fails and the vehicles may be too quiet. Related: BMW Recalls i4 and i7 vehicles for high voltage battery issue Under the National Highway … Read More

Nissan Recall 712K Rogue, Rogue Sport SUVS for Key Ignition Issue

Nissan Motor Corporation announced a recall for 712,458 small Rogue SUVs for a key problem that can cause the ignition to shut off while the vehicle is driving. The massive recall, announced Feb. 16th, affects vehicles located in the United States and Canada including certain Rogues with the “S” grade trim in the model years 2014 to 2020 and Rogue … Read More