Volkswagen owners seem uncertain about keeping their cars, though they may feel they have no choice if they don’t want to lose money.
The Environmental Protection Agency said its widening its probe into the emissions levels of diesel cars produced by automakers.
Volkswagen is being forced to recall about 482,000 diesel cars because of violation of Clean Air Act standards.
GM has settled with federal prosecutors, admitting it mishandled its huge car ignition switch recall.
Harley-Davidson is recalling 45,901 motorcycles for a problem with the clutch that may prevent it from fully disengaging.
General Motors announced five more recalls earlier this week affecting about 2.7 million of its cars.
General Motors has issued three more car recalls, totaling over 2 million vehicles.
General Motors has expanded its car recall for an ignition switch problem.
Michelin is recalling 1.2 million of its tires for a defect that could cause tread separation.
Chrysler has announced three recalls affecting 1.2 million Dodge Ram pickups for steering system problems.