The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. recalls about 3,500 of BMW AG’s new Mini Cooper compact car sold in the U.S. to fix a transmission problem on vehicles equipped with manual transmissions, say reports. Since its U.S. launch in March, BMW has sold some 6,000 Minis in the U.S. BMW is also hit with the eighth recall of its X5 luxury SUV due to loose brake pedals. The recall affects 34,860 ’00 model year vehicles sold in the U.S. Worldwide, BMW is recalling 38,700 new Minis and ...

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