This airbag recall has nothing to do with the Takata recall, but it's no less troublesome.
Technically Incorrect: The co-founder of Canada's Automated Vehicles Center of Excellence fears more dangerously inflamed passions on the highway.
Technically Incorrect: A West Virginia inmate somehow gets hold of a cell phone and merrily posts away, while in handcuffs. But where did he get the phone?
Usually, these things are spaced out a bit.
Earlier reports suggested the iPhone-unlocking mechanism cost as much as $1.3 million.
Some owners are reporting cases of double vision at night, which could be rather problematic.
You probably don't want airbags that fail to deploy at the correct time.
Where the recalls are hers and hers and his...
Testing of European models found an issue where a seat recliner malfunctioned, and it's recalling nearly every one of its electric SUVs to ensure the problem doesn't happen again.
The recall's expected to kick off at the end of May.