Toyota Motor Corp. said Thursday that it is recalling 228,000 of its 2016 and 2017 Tacoma trucks because of possible oil leaks in the rear differentials that could possibly cause drivers to lose control.
Kia Motors and Hyundai Motor Company will recall more than 1.3 million vehicles in the U.S., including three crossover and SUV models, in order to fix an engine defect that could cause the vehicles to stall.
Navistar is recalling nearly 3,000 International trucks because an issue with the air dryer mounting bracket could affect the brake system, increasing the risk of a collision.
Ford Motor Company has issued a safety recall for nearly 50,000 F-250 pickup trucks in the U.S. because a defective park rod could result in unintended vehicle movement.
Ford issued a safety recall to replace the drive shaft in 2017 Ford F-450 and F-550 heavy-duty trucks. It also recalled 230,000 Escapes, Transit Connects, Fiestas and Fusions to fix coolant link that can start a fire.
Roush CleanTech is recalling over 430 modified Ford trucks because an issue with the fuel control valve solenoid coils could stop the flow of propane to the engine, increasing the risk of a crash.
Nissan North America Inc. is recalling 56,766 of its 2013-2014 Murano SUVs to fix a power steering hose.
Truck maker Paccar is making Bendix collision avoidance systems standard on some of its Peterbilt and Kenworth big rigs. The company made the announcement Wednesday at the Mid-America Trucking Show.
Daimler Vans USA is recalling around 1,300 Mercedes-Benz and Freightliner Sprinter vehicles because a piece supporting the drive shaft could become loose.
New pickups entering the market are safer than ever, but still lag passenger cars and other family cars like SUVs and crossovers.