Der Spiegel's report is sure to irk the Volkswagen Group's German critics, who have fired on the company's decision to only offer buybacks in the US.
There are no injuries/fatalities associated with the Jeep recall, and just one "potentially related injury" in the truck/police car recall.
Samsung's well-publicized woes with its new Galaxy Note 7 smartphone are stalling Sergio Marchionne's quest to eradicate FCA's debt.
No injuries or deaths have been reported.
European diesel owners are finally get their cars fixed.
A defect in a module that controls airbags and pretensioners may prevent those features from activating in a crash.
Mazda will replace both front lower control arms at no cost to owners. It's unknown if there are any crashes, injuries, or deaths related to the issue.
Only 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sports with the base 2.0-liter engine and a continuously variable transmission are affected by this latest recall.
Three-cylinder TDI engines were never sold in the United States.
Ram is recalling some of its 3500, 4500, and 5500 heavy-duty pickups. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that certain Rams were manufactured with a misshapen main output shaft.
According to Ram, the issue only reveals itself in two-wheel drive. Driving in four-wheel-drive mode should still be safe.
ZF's 9HP transmission can be found in a number of makes and models, though currently only FCA is issuing a recall.
The Takata airbag curse has spread to the Jaguar XF and Land Rover Range Rover.
Hopefully we aren't looking at the start of the Takata saga's sequel.
Corey Burdick lost an eye after an airbag in his Honda exploded during a low speed collision.
Roughly 323,000 vehicles will be recalled for an insufficient crimp in a wire harness that could lead to a loss of power.
A wiring harness connector in the 2016 Nissan Leaf and Sentra may disconnect the passenger airbag, which may cause the airbag to not deploy in the case of an accident.