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Nissan is recalling about 320,000 examples of the 2007-2012 Versa in North America because the salt on the roads could lead to their front suspension coil springs breaking.


Honda is recalling over 143,000 examples of the 2014-2015 Civic and 2015 Fit to fix a problem that could lead to the CVT's drive pulley shaft breaking.


Ford is issuing six campaigns to bring in nearly 382,000 vehicles for repairs across North America. They include potential problems with the Windstar, F-150, Fusion, Taurus, and more.


NHTSA says that flaws in the FCA US Early Warning Report data resulted in under-reported death and injury claims. The automaker says that it told the regulator as soon as the problem came to light.


VW boss Matthias Mueller announced in a closed-door meeting that the company will "refit" all 11 million vehicles affected by its emissions-cheating software.


NHTSA has sent letters to seven automakers, including VW and Tesla, asking which of their models contain Takata airbag inflators with ammonium nitrate propellant. The agency is considering a further expansion of the recall.


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is opening an investigation into BMW's reporting of a recall for 30,456 Mini cars.


Cadillac is recalling 120,000 examples of the 2013-2016 ATS sedan to fix an issue that can potentially cause a fire in the rear defogger. There are no injuries linked to the problem, though.


Hyundai is recalling 470,000 Sonatas from 2011 and 2012 for possible connecting rod bearing failure and 99,500 Accents from 2009-2011 to replace the brake light switches.


Mitsubishi is recalling nearly 1,500 units of the 2014-2015 Lancer Evolution and Ralliart because of possible wear to their fuel tank from the parking brake cable.


Diesel as a viable engine choice in the US may go down with VW's reputation among its loyal customers after the automaker's alleged emissions cheating.


How VW handles its diesel scandal will have great impacts for current and future customers. Here are three things the company can do to keep people happy.


Plus: Notes On The 2016 Honda Civic, Ford Focus RS, And GM's Ignition-Switch Deal

We curate the week's events with a focus on implications from the Frankfurt Motor Show. Plus, other news and notes from the industry.


Toyota is recalling a total of 423,500 examples of the RAV4 and RAV4 EV because their windshield wipers can corrode.


Dodge is recalling over 27,000 Darts worldwide because the bracket for the transmission module can cause vehicles with a dual-clutch gearbox to shift into neutral.


Ram is issuing three recalls that cover many of the company's pickups and affect over a million vehicles in the US alone.


Ram recalls more than 1,700 rear-drive, diesel-powered 1500 models over concerns that a battery wiring harness could short out.


Jeep is recalling 7,800 Renegades over concerns that hackers could exploit a flaw in cars equipped with the 6.5-inch infotainment screen.


Nissan is recalling 299,000 Versas because a trim piece can trap a driver's foot, and the company is bringing in 1,557 Armadas to check the seatbelts.


Honda is recalling 17,800 units of the 2015 Fit in the US to replace their ignition coils.


NHTSA has revised its estimates for the number of vehicles being driven with faulty Takata airbags, reducing it to 19.2 million vehicles and 23.4 million inflators. That figure is down from 34M inflators in 30M vehicles.

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