Current Auto Recalls

Each year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) receives approximately 600 vehicle recalls.

It’s imperative for drivers to be aware of current recalls; a defective motor vehicle can result in an accident that causes severe injuries and fatalities.

Listed below are some recent auto recalls:

  • Nissan recalls over 1 million cars and vans for faulty air bags
  • Ford Escape and Fusion Engine Fires
  • Steering and water pump defects in Toyota Prius hybrids, Corollas and Wishes
  • Subaru recalls vehicles over defective puddle lamps
  • Honda recalls Acura RL, Acura MDX and Pilot models due to brakes that could suddenly kick in even when the driver was not braking
  • Hyundai and Kia recall 1.9 million vehicles due to problems with air bags and brake light switches
  • Chrysler recalls nearly half a million Jeep SUVs because they may shift into neutral without warning on start-up
  • Honda recalls SUVs and minivans due to problem with automatic shifters
  • Nissan voluntarily recalls Cube and Micra compact cars due to steering wheel issues
  • Hyundai recalls vehicles in cold-weather states due to corrosion of rear suspension caused by road salt
  • Toyota recalls several vehicles due to faulty air bag and power steering systems
  • Nissan recalls several models due to defective accelerator sensors that could cause the engine to stall
  • Ford Focus electric vehicles recalled for software problem that may cause sudden loss of power
  • Chevrolet Malibu vehicles recalled for a potential short circuit
  • Ford Escape vehicles recalled for potential oil leaks that may lead to engine failure
  • BMW F 800 S and F 800 ST motorcycles recalled bearing and axle issue that could affect the control and handling of the motorcycle
  • Harley-Davidson motorcycles recalled due to problem with clutch system
  • Toyota Tacomas recalled for valve spring in engine that could break
  • Volkswagen Jetta hybrid vehicles recalled for corrosion that could result in stall-like collision
  • BMW vehicles recalled due to faulty front passenger seat occupation detection system
  • Chrysler vehicles recalled due to risk of transmission output shaft fracture

Drivers may search the NHTSA’s database of recalled vehicles, tires, child restraints, and other equipment by visit http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov. Search by make, model, year, to discover of any of your vehicles may have been affected by a recall.