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Summer 2016 Recalls Through September 2016:

It feels like every time we browse our favorite news websites, a new automotive manufacturer is announcing another recall.  Unfortunately, recalls have become all too commonplace of late.  For the safety of you and your family, we thought it best to provide you with a list of current automotive manufacturer recalls and a resource to keep up-to-date on recalls as they happen. According to MSN Autos as of September 15th, automotive manufacturers have announced the following recalls.

Recalls From May to September 2016:

1.  GM Recalls 3.6 Million Vehicles For Airbag Software Problems.

2.  Mazda Recalling 190,000 Vehicles In U.S.

3.  Ford Recalls More Than 88,000 Vehicles For Sall Risk.

4.  Mitsubishi Recalls 82,426 Vehicles For CVT Hesitation Issues.

5.  BMW Recalls 188,670 U.S. X3s and X4s For Potential Child Seat Anchor Damage.

6.  U.S. Investigates Steering Problems In 135,000 Older Toyota SUVs.

7.  Kia Recalls 220,000 Sedona Minivans For Hood Latches.

8.  Subaru Recalls 48,500 Legacy, Outback Models For Steering Failure.

9.  Dodge Journey Recalled For Freezing Fluid Lines.

10.  FCA Recalls 500,000 Jeep Wranglers For Steering Wheel Issues.


Resources To Keep You Up-To-Date On Recalls:

1.  Helpful tips from CNBC regarding, 'what to do if your car is recalled.'

2.  AutoNXT, 'latest automotive safety recalls.



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