Ford Cars

Investingation Launched Into Ford’s F-150 For Reported Power Brake Failure

Thirty-two complaints have been filed over the alleged failure of the power brake assist, with two accidents occurring in the process. more


NHTSA Probes 2007-2008 Mazda CX-9 Over Suspension Complaints

Safety regulators for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have opened an investigation into Mazda CX-9 SUVs manufactured for the 2007 to 2008 model years. more


FCA Admits to Missing 5 Recent Recall Notification Deadlines

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles admitted in a filing this week that it missed deadlines to notify customers in five separate safety recalls, which could mean a hefty fine from safety regulators in the U.S. more

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NHTSA Probes 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokees Over Braking Issues

Safety regulators in the U.S. have opened a probe into 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokees after receiving complaints regarding automatic braking issues. more

Drunk Driving technology

New Alcohol Detection System Could Help Prevent Future Drunk Driving Crashes

New technology is being worked on that could one day ease the minds of motorists everywhere by reducing the amount of drunk drivers on the road. more


Takata Expects Return to Profit by 2016 Despite Air Bag Issues

Takata feels that it will somehow return to profit this year thanks to high Asian and U.S. sales. more


NHTSA Probes Chrysler SUV Recall Remedy Over Fire Concerns

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened an investigation into a wire-related fire risk from repairs completed as part of a recall issued by Chrysler last year. more


NHTSA Rejects 2006-2010 Toyota Corolla Acceleration Probe Request

Safety regulators in the U.S. have rejected a Rhode Island man's petition for an investigation into Toyota Corolla compact sedans over supposed low-speed acceleration issues. more

2005 Chrysler Crossfire

NHTSA Reviews Limited 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Convertible Window Warranty

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is evaluating a 2011 decision made by Chrysler to limit an extended warranty coverage for rear glass separation on its 2005 Crossfire convertibles. more

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NHTSA Urges GM Owners to Wash Their Cars

Think getting your car washed in the winter is a waste of money? Guess again. more


NHTSA May Reopen Jeep Fuel Tank Fire Investigation

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is “considering” reopening an investigation into millions of Jeeps that could rupture and cause fires in rear-end crashes. more

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NHTSA Closes Probe Into 1.8 Million Chrysler and Dodge Minivans

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have closed a probe into almost 1.9 million older Chrysler minivans after receiving complaints from consumers that their engines were stalling after refueling. more

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NHTSA Could Reopen Ford Headlight Failure Investigation Into 518,000 Vehicles

Safety regulators for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are reviewing a formal request from a North Carolina consumer group for a probe into almost 518,000 Ford vehicles with headlight or exterior lighting issues in the United States. more

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NHTSA Closes Investigation Into 240,000 Diesel Volkswagen, Audi Vehicles

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations will close a nearly 5-year-old probe into 241,000 diesel powered Volkswagen vehicles without calling for a company recall. more

BMW 4 Series 428i Coupe

BMW Recalls 2,067 4 Series Convertibles Over Air Bag Issues

BMW of North America is calling back approximately 2,067 2015 BMW 4 Series Convertibles in order to repair a problem with the driver's front air bag. more

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