Vauxhall has recalled 2767 Corsa D models over a threat of the car catching fire, unrelated to an earlier recall of Zafira MPVs for a fire-related fault.
Volkswagen is recalling 460,000 cars with its 1.2-litre TDI diesel engine in Europe, for a software update arising from the 'Dieselgate' emissions scandal.
Toyota recall some 72,885 UK cars as part of a global recall of more than three million vehicles to fix two potential faults.
Thousands of Kia Soul mini MPV models are being recalled over a potential steering fault, which could cause the car’s steering to fail.
A recall occurs when a manufacturer (or higher authority) determines that a particular car has a safety-related defect or does not comply with a legislated safety standard. So why does this happen?
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