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Ford Recalls F-series, Explorer, Expedition, Aviator Re: Seatbacks

Ford has issued a large recall, affecting 58,712 vehicles of varying models in Canada between 2018-2020. The automaker identified a problem with seatbacks that may not properly restrain passengers in the event of a crash.

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Recalls | Feb 7, 2022

Tesla Recalls About 80,000 Vehicles in Canada

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Recalls | Feb 4, 2022

Kia Recalls Over 58,000 Models in Canada

Kia has issued a recall affecting over 58,000 vehicles in Canada because of a defect in the airbag control unit....

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Recalls | Jan 27, 2022

Nissan Recalls More Than 793,000 Rogue SUVs in North America

Nissan’s recall for the popular compact Rogue SUV for potential fire risks involving faulty wiring....

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Recalls | Dec 6, 2021

Honda Canada Recalls Over 50,000 Newer Pilot, Ridgeline, and Passport Models

Due to a defect that can potentially cause hoods to fly open and hood latch failures, Honda is recalling 789,000 vehicles globally....

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GM Recalls More Than 18,000 Chevy Bolt EVs in Canada

GM has updated the recall for 18,736 Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles in Canada for battery overheating issues that could cause a serious hazard....

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GM Recalls Over 8,000 Chevrolet Bolts

GM has issued a recall, affecting over 8,000 electric vehicles in Canada because of a potential issue related to the battery overheating....

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