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Nissan vehicle defects leave drivers in danger

Vehicle recalls are nothing new. It could be that manufacturers would rather quickly recall a model than to risk facing lawsuits when someone gets injured. On the other hand, recalls are expensive, and some carmakers wait until the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration orders them. Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. is waiting for the NHTSA to probe reports of serious vehicle defects in its Rogue vehicles.

Does recent recall prove certain Kia, Hyundai models are lemons?

Buying or leasing a vehicle can be an exciting experience. However, many new vehicles can begin to show serious issues before owners even finish making their payments. As a result, California vehicle owners may find out that they have purchased lemons and could find it useful to explore their legal options.

Yet another recall could affect drivers in Los Angeles

Sadly, automobile recalls appear to have become fairly commonplace. It probably would not surprise Los Angeles residents that yet another one has arisen. Actually, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued three recalls for the same vehicles made by Hyundai and Kia. 

Some California F-150 owners may have trucks under recall

With everything else that drivers need to pay attention to on the road, the last thing they should have to worry about it whether their vehicles will malfunction and cause them to have an accident. This is a real possibility right now for some California Ford F-150 owners. The vehicle manufacturer recently issued a recall regarding an issue that could potentially lead to harm for owners and others on the road with them.

Ford F-150 affected by latest vehicle recalls

Many people consider the safety of a vehicle before making a purchase. Of course, even if a vehicle does seem safe at the time the purchase is made, issues and defects could become known later on. As a result, a seemingly safe vehicle could suddenly become dangerous, and vehicle recalls could take place as a result.

January recalls could affect California car owners

When the government shuts down, it has a wider effect than most people realize. During the latest shutdown, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration did not keep up on issuing vehicle recalls as it normally does. It may not be surprising that at least two recalls occurred in January about which California car owners may need to know.

Power steering defects cause Subaru to halt production

When consumers buy new vehicles, they typically expect those vehicles to not have any major issues. However, problems can arise during the manufacturing process that could result in brand new vehicles having defects before they even hit the road. As a result, California consumers could be at risk of their vehicles having faulty parts.

Toyota still recalling vehicles, and some could be in Los Angeles

It seems as though several years have gone by since the initial recall of defective airbags made by Takata. The issue required the recall of millions of vehicles across the world, including many here in Los Angeles, beginning in 2016. Despite this, Toyota continues to have to issue recalls for this particular defect.

California Ford truck owners claim trucks fail to reverse

As motor vehicles evolve and advance, new car buyers may be amazed at the capabilities their vehicles have. It may seem at times as if the car or truck can think for itself, anticipate the driver's moves and even adjust for conditions in the environment. However, what does a driver do when the vehicle will not back up? It seems like a basic thing to expect from a vehicle, but California owners of Ford F-150s are finding their trucks cannot always perform this function.

More defective vehicles catching fire

Recently, the media seems to be reporting more incidents of automobiles catching fire. Many of these vehicles are manufactured by Kia and Hyundai, but numerous other carmakers have dealt with similar issues when customers complain that their vehicles spontaneously combust. In fact, hundreds of complaints have been filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and other safety agencies, yet no one has issued a recall for the defective vehicles. More concerning to California consumers may be the fact that some carmakers do not think the matter is serious.

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