While car recalls have been on the rise for the last three years, satisfaction among customers with recalled cars has continued to rise.
The Chrysler Group has announced a recall of 349,442 cars for a potential problem that can cause the ignition key to become stuck or inadvertently move.
BMW has issued a recall of 574,000 of its 2000-2006 BMW 3 Series cars to replace the passenger-side front air bag.
Toyota issues recalls affecting over 1.7 million vehicles, and GM adds another part to its ignition recall.
Faulty ignition switches may have been used as replacement parts on other cars, GM finds.
Toyota has agreed to pay $1.2 billion for issues associated with the 2009-2010 recalls.
The Odyssey has been hit with another recall, its second large recall in less than six months.
General Motors has expanded its car recall for an ignition switch problem.
Some Honda Odyssey minivans are being recalled because a malfunction may cause the brakes to be applied unexpectedly.
Despite earlier refusing a request from the feds to recall 1.6 million Jeeps, Chrysler will recall the cars in question.