April 19, 2024
Mazda

2014 Mazda 6 Back in Factory for Fire Risk

The Mazda Japanese based automaker has just released a recall of its newly launched 2014 Mazda 6, with the vehicle reportedly presenting fire risk. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that around 19,000 2014 Mazda 6 models will be recalled back to solve the fire risk issue. The NHTSA also stated that in the

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Ford

Ford gives F-150 mild update for 2012

Ford and their F-150 may be ahead, but they aren’t backing down. According to the most recent of press releases from the Blue Oval, their star pickup is going to get a few changes so it welcomes 2012’s arrival. None of these changes are very big, but some of them make a huge difference so

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Ford

2.7 million Ford F-150s are now under NHTSA investigation

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration just announced how its employees will have their work cut out for one of the biggest recall inspections ever. After a few complaints and an initial inspection the federal body discovered enough potential risk with the Ford F-150 that the courtesy was extended to more than 2 million units.

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Honda

2011 Honda Civic recalled due to a fuel tank valve issue

You’d think the Japanese have plenty on their hands with the recent tsunami and earthquake situation but as it happens, it’s not. One of their cars, the 2011 Honda Civic has been identified by the NHTSA as suffering from a serious problem.

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Lamborghini Supercars

Lamborghini recalls some Murcielagos

This is something the nostalgic would dread, an iconic Italian supercar manufacturer recalling vehicles because some problems with them has cropped up. Well, maybe it’s not snowing in hell yet but Lamborghini are recalling a total of 428 examples of the 2007-2008 model year Murcielago Coupe and Roadster models in the United States.

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Chevrolet General Motors

NHTSA running an investigation on 2004 Corvettes

The 2004 Chevrolet Corvette is undergoing investigation from the NHTSA after there have been several complaints in relation to the fuel tanks of these vehicles. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said that it has opened the investigation into 33,000 of these 2004 Chevrolet Corvettes over leaky fuel tank problems.

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