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    Hyundai Recalls Sonata Sedans Over Transmission Concerns  

    The 883,000 cars covered by the recall have potentially faulty transmission-shift cables that could cause unintended or unexpected movement....More
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    Suzuki Recalls Verona Sedans Over Fire Risk  

    The recall of 25,900 Verona sedans from the '04-'06 model years involves the increased risk of fire linked to daytime running lights....More
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    Mazda Issues Latest Takata Airbag-Related Recall  

    The Japanese automaker is recalling 18,000 Mazda6 sedans and 50 RX-8 sports cars sold in the U.S. and equipped with airbags whose inflators could rupture and possibly injure occupants...More
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    Some Car Dealers Making Lemonade Out of Recall Lemons  

    Dealers worried about vehicle owners' hostility as the recall crisis unfolded have worked to develop customer goodwill, made a slight profit on the repairs themselves, made money on unrelated repair work and even sold new cars....More
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    Chrysler Issues New Ignition-Switch Recall  

    The No.3 U.S. automaker's second recall of the year involving potentially faulty ignition switches covers '05-'07 Jeep Grand Cherokee and '06-'07 Jeep Commander models....More
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    CORRECTED-Mitsubishi recalls Lancer sedans with Takata air bags  

    (Corrects paragraph 1 and headline to collectively show that Mitsubishi is one of nine automakers, not the ninth, to say it will conduct a limited regional recall, deletes second sentence in 7th paragraph saying Mitsubishi was the last to announce recall) DETROIT, July 18 (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Motors Corp is recalling cars made with Takata Corp air bags in Florida, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands....More
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    Takata Links $440 Million Special Loss to Airbag Recalls  

    The Japanese manufacturer, which took a ¥30.4 billion charge in the year to 2013 following several global recalls of cars equipped with its airbags, still projects a net profit of ¥16 billion for the year ending in March 2015....More
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