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Four Japanese automakers - Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Mazda - and their joint ventures in China will recall 32,622 vehicles in the country due to defective airbags
Chrysler Group LLC said it is recalling more than 263,0000 vehicles globally in six separate actions.
Subaru of America is recalling about 200,000 Legacy and Outback sedans and wagons from model years 2005-2009 to check for corroded brake lines.
Hyundai Motor and its affiliate Kia Motors planned to recall more than 2 million vehicles in South Korea and the United States for stop-lamp defects.
Ford Motor Co was sued by 20 consumers seeking compensation for selling vehicles that they said were vulnerable to unintended acceleration.
German car-maker Volkswagen is set to recall over 380 thousand cars on the Chinese mainland, starting from April 2nd.
German automaker Volkswagen Group last week announced its biggest recall ever in China to fix problems on its much-touted direct shift gearbox (DSG).
General Motors Co is recalling about 33,700 model-year 2013 Buick LaCrosse sedans and Cadillac SRX crossover vehicles globally to address a potential software problem.
Volkswagen agreed to recall 384,181 vehicles with defective gearboxes in China, the quality watchdog said Wednesday.
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JAC Motors will recall 117,072 units of Turin cars over rust concerns, the country's consumer quality watchdog said Tuesday.
Shanghai Volkswagen Skoda has released a recall notice on its website on March 16 concerning Octavia 1.4TSI, Octavia1.8TSI and Superb 1.4TSI models.
Chrysler Group LLC is recalling 4,459 model-year 2013 Dodge Challenger cars to address a potential short circuit that could cause a fire.
Shanghai General Motors Co is recalling 5,744 Buicks and Cadillacs in China starting Monday due to a potential problem with the gear information transfer.
About 80 percent of auto complaints were for vehicles within the auto warranty period, according to a report by China Association for Quality released on Feb 12.
China's consumer quality watchdog on Saturday urged German car maker Volkswagen to recall defective cars with DSG problems.