Toyota on Wednesday recalled 6.39 million vehicles worldwide for five different problems, dealing another blow to the world’s largest automaker whose reputation for quality and safety has been dented in recent years.
Ford Motor issued two vehicle recalls Monday, one to fix a corrosion risk that could affect steering and another to replace seat frames that do not meet safety standards.
Tata Motors Ltd., the largest manufacturer in the Indian automotive industry, has formally entered the Philippine market, as the company considers the country to be the perfect platform for future growth and expansion in Southeast Asia.
General Motors recalled another 1.5 million cars globally on Monday, this time for a power steering issue, as the company faces probes over mishandling a deadly faulty ignition problem.
Porsche, the German maker of luxury sports cars, said Wednesday it is recalling all 911 GT3 models built this year due to risk of possible engine fire.