Auto News: VW Atlas Recalled, Owners Told Not To Let Passengers Ride In Front, VW Recalls ID.4 EVs For Doors That May Swing Open While Driving, Honda Recalls CR-Vs In Cold States To Fix Frame Rust Problem

VW Atlas Recalled, Owners Told Not to Let Passengers Ride in Front


Volkswagen of America is recalling 143,053 of its 2018–2021 Atlas and 2020 Atlas Cross Sport SUVs to fix a defect in the passenger-side front airbag system. The occupant detection system in the affected vehicles could erroneously fail to detect a passenger is present and deactivate the airbag. It would then not deploy in the event of an accident. read more »

VW Recalls ID.4 EVs for Doors That May Swing Open While Driving


When we're driving along the road, we're rarely expecting the doors of our vehicle to swing open randomly. That's what some Volkswagen ID.4 owners have been experiencing, prompting the German automaker to issue a recall. read more »

Honda recalls CR-Vs in cold states to fix frame rust problem


Honda is recalling nearly 564,000 older small SUVs because road salt can cause the frame to rust and rear suspension parts to come loose. read more »

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