The auto giant has announced another air bag recall in order to meet safety standards.
Fiat Chrysler issued a worldwide recall for 1.9 million cars over an airbag defect that has been associated with three deaths and five injuries.
Nissan and GM have issued recalls recently, with one suggesting car owners experiencing certain conditions stop driving their cars altogether.
A court recently ruled that consumers can sue GM for issues related to an ignition switch recall, even though the affected cars were produced by GM before its 2009 bankruptcy.
The government warns owners of certain older Hondas and Acuras to stop driving those cars immediately because of high-risk air bags.
‘Star Trek’ actor Anton Yelchin died after being pinned by his runaway 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee, which was under recall.
A federal agency has expanded the massive Takata air bag recall, which now affects over 60 million cars, making it the largest in U.S. history.
Nissan recalls 3.8 million cars for problems that could prevent airbags from deploying.
More than 800,000 Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep cars are being recalled because of a gear shift that confuses drivers, who are getting out of vehicles without putting them in park.
Volkswagen reaches a tentative agreement to buy back diesel cars that are part of an emissions-standards scandal and give “substantial compensation” to car owners.