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Global Honda Recalls of 1 Million Cars Address Fire, Rollaway Concerns

Honda has announced a worldwide recall of nearly a million of its cars to fix two separate problems, CNN Money reported recently. The news source explains the manufacturer “is recalling 936,000 cars worldwide from its Fit and CR-V lines to replace the master switch for the cars’ power windows,” which has a design flaw that can “allow residue from window cleaners to accumulate, which over time can degrade the switch’s electrical contacts and potentially cause a fire.”

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GM Recalls Some 2012 Chevy Impalas and Buick LaCrosses for Steering Defects

According to a USA Today report from August, “General Motors is recalling certain 2012 model year Buick LaCrosses and Chevrolet Impalas in the U.S. and Canada for two separate defects related to steering.” According to the news source, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ("NHTSA") explained that such a defect could lead to unexpected crashes.

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BMW Recalls Vehicles over Two Separate Issues

Bloomberg recently reported that BMW has initiated a recall “because of a rear- light defect it says may cause crashes.” This announcement affects over 240,000 vehicles in the U.S. According to the Bloomberg news report, the auto manufacturer said their recall is for “model years 2002-2005 of the 325i, 325xi, 330i and 330xi cars.” These vehicles were built between September 1, 2001 and March 1, 2005.

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GM Recalls More Than 1.5 Million Vehicles Due To Fire Hazard

General Motors announced today that for the second time in two years it will recall vehicles because of a manufacturing defect that could potentially cause fires in a variety of popular model vehicles. More than 1.5 million automobiles are involved in this recall, including pickup trucks, sedans, crossovers, and sport utility vehicles manufactured between 2006 and 2009.

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Chrysler Recalls More Than A Half Million Vehicles

Chrysler has announced that it will be performing a voluntary recall on over 35,000 Dodge and Jeep vehicles across several countries for potentially sticky pedals in response to the recent Toyota recall, as their pedals are supplied by the same company. The recall focuses on those vehicles with manufacture dates ranging between March 7 and May 19, 2006. Chrysler reports that these vehicles are equipped with brake-override software, and that they do not consider the possible defect to be a safety issue; however, the manufacturer opted to perform the recall voluntarily.

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Toyota Recall Adds Lexus GX460 Amid Reports of Rollover Dangers

In a continuation of Toyota’s recent spate of bad news, the world’s leading automobile manufacturer recently announced a recall of the Lexus GX 460 Luxury SUV. This recall was necessitated by a high risk of rollover.

The issue with the SUV was first identified by Consumer Reports magazine after it issued the publication’s first “Don’t Buy” rating to a vehicle since 2001. The high risk of rollover and injury was caused by bad software in the SUV’s Vehicle Stability Control system.

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Toyota Lawsuits Have Insurance Companies Examining Past Accident Claims

Since September 2009, Toyota has recalled approximately 9 million vehicles. Of these recalled vehicles, an estimated 8.5 million were recalled due to driver complaints and reports of unintended acceleration. Insurance companies such as Allstate, State Farm, Geico, and others have recently determined to review previous accident claims involving these recalled Toyota vehicles. By reviewing past accident claims, insurers hope to identify those accidents involving recalled Toyota vehicles in which drivers cited sudden acceleration as the cause of the accident.

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Toyota Investigating New Claims About Safety of Lexus GX460

After five recalls since October 2009, Toyota is facing even more issues after Consumer Reports recently gave the Lexus GX460 a “Don’t Buy” warning due to a design flaw that may increase the possibility of rollovers. During vehicle testing, the electronic stability control system failed to react on time when the vehicle was put into hard or sudden turns. This caused the rear of the vehicle to slide sideways, which Consumer Reports says can cause a rollover in real-life driving situations.

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