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

Takata Recalls Additional 3.3 Million Air Bag Inflators to Historic Auto Recall

2009, 2010 and 2013 Vehicles Recalled from 15 Brands The largest and deadliest auto recall in U.S. history, just got bigger. More faulty air bag inflators have been added to a massive auto recall by Japan-based Takata with an announcement in January that 3.3 million vehicles were added to the list. The recall adds to 69 million previously recalled airbag … Read More

Dodge Charger Looks Great, but Owners Complain Problems are Under the Hood

Looks aren’t everything, it’s what’s under the hood that really counts. Some Dodge Charger owners found out the hard way after they purchased their vehicle, drove it home and then back to the dealership multiple times to get it fixed. Sometimes the problem isn’t fixable. One customer returned to the dealership after hearing a ticking sound in the engine, but … Read More

5 Million Airbag Control Units Recalled by Continental Automotive

At least nine injuries have been linked to an electronic defect in airbags manufactured by Hannover, German manufacturer Continental Automotive Systems prompting a recall of 5 million vehicles worldwide among several manufacturers including Honda, Fiat Chrysler and Mercedes Benz. Roughly 1.5 million to 2 million of the vehicles subject to recall are expected to be in the United States. The … Read More

Fiat Chrysler Fined, Ordered to Buy Back Thousands of Dodge Rams, Jeep Cherokees and Liberties

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has admitted its failures and agreed to buy back thousands of its defective vehicles, but the manufacturer will still have to pay a multi-million dollar fine and has agreed to have its performance of these mandates monitored independently, according to a press release by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Indeed, the Italian-American manufacturer has recently come … Read More