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  1. Engine Failure Threatens Some 2019-20 Toyota Models
  2. Recalls Some Mazda3 Cars See Ghosts and Brake for no Reason

    Despite being named the Best New Car of the Year by the entire team here The Car Guide , the fourth-generation Mazda3 is not perfect. Truth be told, the number of problems reported by owners and recalls announced by the manufacturer is rather worrisome. After the indicator lights, wheels, engine … Full story

  3. Recalls Nearly 80,000 Subaru Imprezas and Crosstreks are Being Recalled

    Subaru Canada has announced two new recalls that involve nearly 80,000 Impreza and Crosstrek models across the country. In the first recall, which targets the 2017-2019 Impreza and 2018-2019 Crosstrek, 52,707 units are affected. Apparently, the engine control unit (ECU) may have been programmed incorrectly. As a result, the internal… Full story

  4. Recalls 126,000 Nissan, Infiniti Vehicles Recalled for Faulty Back-up Display

    It’s not often that an automaker announces a recall on virtually every model it sells, but that’s what Nissan is doing right now. As part of a safety campaign that affects 1.2 million vehicles, including 126,195 in Canada, Nissan is recalling 2018-2019 Altima , Frontier , GT-R , … Full story

  5. Recalls 117,000 Volkswagen Cars Recalled for Shifter Glitch

    Volkswagen is announcing a recall on 117,306 cars in Canada due to a unique problem with the transmission. According to the technical description, a build-up of silicate on the shift lever switch could cause the transmission to detect that it is in the Park position when it actually isn't. Consequently, … Full story

  6. Recalls 80,000 Ford Vehicles Recalled for Three Separate Issues

    Ford has just issued four safety recalls on a total of more than 650,000 vehicles in North America and three of those recalls affect approximately 80,000 vehicles in Canada. The good news is that no related accidents or injuries have been reported so far. Certain 2018-2020 F-150 , 2019-2020 … Full story

  7. Recalls 26,000 Audi Cars Recalled For an Airbag Problem

    Each time the words “recall” and “airbags” appear together, the first thing that inevitably comes to mind is the whole Takata mess that affected some 50 million vehicles globally. However, this is not the case here. Audi Canada is conducting a recall on 26,386 late-model cars because, on some of … Full story

  8. Recalls Honda Completes Takata Airbag Recall with Another 220,000 Vehicles

    Honda has decided to conduct recalls in Canada covering 222,336 Honda and Acura vehicles to replace Takata front airbag inflators that do not contain a moisture-absorbing desiccant and may compromise proper airbag deployment in a crash. With this action, taken in conjunction with the fifth and final phase of planned … Full story

  9. Recalls Nearly 500,000 GM Vehicles Affected by Two Separate Recalls in Canada

    On June 28, Transport Canada posted two separate recalls affecting nearly half a million vehicles produced by General Motors. The first one involves 300,655 SUVs and pickups. Apparently, there could be a reduction in power brake assist due to a decrease in output from the vacuum pump. This could make … Full story

  10. Recalls Porsche Recalls 340,000 Cayenne, Panamera Models Globally

    Earlier this month, Porsche announced a recall on 8,742 vehicles in Canada to fix a problem with the transmission. We didn’t pay much attention to it at the time, but now we’ve learned that more than 340,000 Porsches are being recalled around the world for the exact same issue. In … Full story

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