BMW is issuing two recalls beginning on Dec. 18 that will affect about 1 million vehicles at risk of catching fire even when not in use. Read more
The Takata settlement covers more than 9 million Toyota vehicles, 2.6 million Subaru vehicles, 2.3 million BMW vehicles and 1.7 million Mazda vehicles. Read more
Nissan overstated the fuel economy of the Q50 so that it is 3.4 percent higher than the actual test result. Read more
BMW will add a new label to the vehicle warning not to place liquids in the trunk as they may damage the sensitive components underneath. Read more
More than a dozen automakers have agreed to recall another 652,000 vehicles equipped with faulty Takata Corp. air bag inflators. Read more
Automakers have been discussing for some time that they are working on self-driving technology that will allow for autonomous driving without input from the driver. Read more
A lawsuit filed against BMW involves its newer i3 line of electric cars. Read more
BMW of North America in 2013 implemented a widespread campaign – without the consent of vehicle owners – to update the engine control unit. Read more
All recalled vehicles are fitted with driver side airbags with potentially faulty Takata inflators. Read more
BMW of North America LLC has agreed to pay more than $30 million to settle a proposed consumer class action over allegedly defective engines in Mini Coopers. Read more
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