Auto News: Hyundai Recalls Cars For Fire Risk After Improper Repairs, 2020–2022 Nissan Frontier & Titan Recalled For Risk Of Rolling Away, U.S. Agency Probing Self-Driving Cruise Car Crash In California

Hyundai Recalls Cars for Fire Risk After Improper Repairs


Hyundai is recalling over 10,000 2017 and 2018 Ioniq hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) for the second time because dealers may not have properly fixed a hybrid powertrain component that could catch fire. It’s the latest in a series of fire-related recalls from Hyundai. read more »

2020–2022 Nissan Frontier, Titan Recalled for Risk of Rolling Away


More than 180,000 Nissan Frontier and Titan pickups from the 2020 through 2022 model years are being recalled over the potential they could roll away while in Park. In documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Nissan says the problem affects only these pickups and not other vehicles. Both have a Jatco nine-speed automatic transmission, which was new for the 2020 model year. read more »

U.S. agency probing self-driving Cruise car crash in California


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened a special investigation into a recent crash of a Cruise self-driving vehicle in California that resulted in minor injuries, the agency said on Thursday. read more »