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.
The massive Takata air bag car recall has grown by another 2.5 million vehicles in just a few days.
The Takata air bag recall has expanded with 2.3 million more cars recalled, bringing the total recalls to more than 26 million vehicles.
GM is recalling about 1 million older cars for possible engine oil leaks that could result in a fire.
Volkswagen sets up a new consumer information website for diesel owners, while many drivers worry that other automakers also have skirted EPA rules.
GM has settled with federal prosecutors, admitting it mishandled its huge car ignition switch recall.
Fiat Chrysler must pay a $105 million fine for recall problems and issued two new recalls affecting more than 1.7 million cars.