Ford Mustang Mach-E’s first recall addresses loose bolts

  • March 5, 2021
The first Mach-E crossovers have barely begun to reach customers, and Ford has already issued its first recall for the vehicle. Fortunately, almost all vehicles affected by the "subframe bolt issue" noted will be serviced before being deliv…

Belkin recalls portable phone charging stand over fire risk

  • January 16, 2021
Belkin wants you stop using its Portable Wireless Charger + Stand Special Edition device if you have one. The accessory-maker has issued a voluntary recall for the power bank/charging stand due to a manufacturing defect in the power supply unit. Belk…

Fitbit will replace some Sense smartwatches due to ECG problem

  • December 4, 2020
Fitbit is replacing several hundred units of its Sense smartwatch due to an issue with the electrocardiogram (ECG) feature. As first spotted in Fitbit’s forums by The Verge, some affected users said the company proactively contacted them about a repl…

GM recalls 68,000 Chevy Bolt EVs after reports of battery fires

  • November 14, 2020
You might need to take your Chevy Bolt in for major service. Detroit News and The Verge report that GM is recalling 68,677 Bolt EVs (50,900 in the US) to help it identify the causes of five battery fires between 2017 and 2019. The car maker has found…

Toyota recalls 752,000 Prius cars over flawed hybrid software

  • June 29, 2020
If you drive a Prius from the past several years, there’s a distinct chance you’ll have to take it in for service. Autoblog reports that Toyota has begun a safety recall for 752,000 of the vehicles worldwide, 267,000 of them in the US, due to a flaw…