The units were sold under nearly every major brand name by major retailers
Mercedes-Benz is recalling certain 2021-2023 C-Class, E-Class, S-Class, CLS, SL, GT, GLC, GLE, GLS, and G-Class vehicles. The fuel pump may shut down, which can result in a loss of drive power. Recalled models include: MakeModelModel YearsMERCEDES-BENZAMG C432021-2023MERCEDES-BENZAMG C632021MERCEDES-BENZAMG C63 S2021-2023MERCEDES-BENZAMG E532022-2023MERCEDES-BENZAMG E63 S2023MERCEDES-BENZAMG G632021-2023MERCEDES-BENZAMG GLC432021-2023MERCEDES-BENZAMG GLC632021MERCEDES-BENZAMG GLC63 S2021MERCED
Mazda is recalling certain 2024 CX-90 vehicles. Some steering and suspension bolts may be missing or improperly tightened, which can cause the steering intermediate shaft, the front anti-lock brake system wheel speed sensor harnesses, or the front upper control arms to detach, resulting in a loss of vehicle control. Dealers
"Boost the Mood" ceramic mugs are being recalled. The ceramic mugs are mislabeled as microwave safe. If microwaved, the metallic print on the mug can spark, posing a fire hazard. The 10-ounce ceramic mugs are in navy blue with a gold metallic handle and “Boost The Mood” in gold lettering.
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BMW is recalling certain 2022-2024 iX xDrive50 and iX M60 vehicles. The driver may unintentionally reactivate the cruise control system while turning the steering wheel at low speeds, resulting in a sudden increase of vehicle speed. Dealers will update the vehicle software, free of charge. Owner notification letters are expected
Ford is recalling certain 2020-2023 Escape, 2022-2023 Maverick, and 2021-2023 Corsair vehicles equipped with 2.5L HEV or PHEV engines. In the event of an engine failure, engine oil and fuel vapor may be released into the engine compartment and accumulate near ignition sources such as hot engine or exhaust