Jaguar recalls SUVs with malfunctioning seat belts

Tata Motors, which owns Jaguar Land Rover, has recalled 4,927 SUVs whose seat belts may not tighten properly in an accident. This ups the risk of a crash for the driver and the front seat passenger where the faulty seat belts are located.

Mitsubishi recalls SUVs that may stall

Mitsubishi is recalling 16,616 2022 Outlander SUVs whose fuel pumps may fail. This may increase the risk of the car losing power in traffic and causing an accident.

Stellantis recalls RAM vans with unsecured child car seats

Stellantis, which owns Fiat Chrysler and the RAM brand, has recalled 8,379 RAM ProMaster cargo vans whose seatbelts may fail to securely hold children’s car seats. This augments the risk of an injury to the child in the event of a crash.