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Honda Orders Stop-Sale Of 2016 Civics Over Possible Engine Failure; Recall Pending

Just months after hitting the market, Honda has ordered all 2016 Civics to remain on their dealers’ lots after finding a problem in the vehicles that could lead to engine failure.  180 more words

Panel: Takata Lacks Quality Control Processes, Policies For Addressing Defects

An independent review panel hired by Takata — the company behind the ongoing recall of millions of defective, potentially dangerous, airbags — found that the parts maker lacks processes to improve the quality of its products, or to adequately address problems in its devices once they are installed in vehicles. 428 more words

Road rage is getting worse – and more dangerous

We’re a snippy, short-tempered lot. Road rage statistics continue to rise, though it isn’t really a new thing. A State Farm survey last year found one in three drivers self-reported engaging in road rage-ish behaviour, most commonly triggered by tailgaters and distracted drivers. 1,181 more words

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Nissan Recalls 846,000 Altimas Over Hood Latch Issues For The Third Time

For the third time in the past year and a half, Nissan is recalling hundreds of thousands of Altima vehicles because of fears the cars’ hoods will fly open while on the move.  151 more words

Suzuki is Recalling certain 2008 - 2012 model AN, DL, GSF, GSX, GSX-R, SFV, VLR and VZ motorcycles

WASHINGTON, D.C. – January 28, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) –

RECALL Subject: Rectifier/Regulator Failure Causing Engine Stall

Report Receipt Date: JAN 19, 2016… 213 more words

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After Takata Airbag Death, Ford Recalls 391K Ranger Trucks

Just days after federal regulators said another five million vehicles would be recalled because of defective, shrapnel-shooting Takata airbags, Ford has stepped up to announce that this recall now includes 391,000 Ranger trucks. 195 more words

2015 Was Another Record Year For Vehicle Recalls

Shortly after taking over as head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Mark Rosekind warned carmakers, consumers, and anyone who would listen that 2015 could see more recalls than the recallapalooza that was 2014. 331 more words