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Performance 8
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Fuel Economy 8
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Interior Design 8
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Exterior Styling 8
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Reliability 9
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Comfort 8
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Performance 10
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Fuel Economy 8
80% Complete
Interior Design 10
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Exterior Styling 10
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Reliability 10
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Recall Information

Recall number
Recall date
System affected
Model year(s) affected
Recall number
2016-431
Recall date
2016-09-06
System affected
Structure
Model year(s) affected
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Manufacturer Recall Number:
9916H
Units Affected:
183,808
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles, the anti-corrosion treatment of the outer tube of the rear lift gate stay may be insufficient. Over time, the outer tube of the rear lift gate stay may corrode and break off, which could increase the risk of injury. Correction: Dealers will replace both rear door stays.
Recall number
2010-426
Recall date
2010-11-25
System affected
Fuel Supply
Model year(s) affected
2009 2010
Manufacturer Recall Number:
6110K
Units Affected:
8,264
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles, water may not have been be removed completely from the harness connector of the fuel pump due to variations in the fuel tank leak check process performed before vehicle assembly. As a result the connector pin may corrode, potentially causing the pin to break and the fuel pump to become inoperative. This could cause the engine to stall and fail to restart, which could increase the risk of crash. Correction: Dealers will inspect the fuel pump connector and if necessary the fuel pump will be replaced and the harness repaired.
Recall number
2010-274
Recall date
2010-08-13
System affected
Steering
Model year(s) affected
2007 2008 2009
Manufacturer Recall Number:
6010H
Units Affected:
91,000
Notification Type:
Safety TC
On certain vehicles with Electro-Hydraulic Power Assist Steering (EHPAS), rust had formed inside the high-pressure pipe on the power steering system during manufacturing due to improper processing. Rust particles may detach from the pipe walls and enter the motorized power steering pump, causing damage to the pump bearings. As a result, gear lubrication may be reduced, leading to an increased load on the motor. Should this happen, there is the potential for the power steering system to enter the fail safe mode in order to prevent overheating, resulting in the power steering warning lamp to light and the motorized pump to stop which could lead to a loss of power assist and the required steering effort will increase. Correction: Dealers will flush the power steering system and repair as necessary.
Recall number
2006-351
Recall date
2006-12-11
System affected
Other
Model year(s) affected
2006
Manufacturer Recall Number:
4306K
Units Affected:
1,683
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles, water can accumulate within the manual door latch mechanism and freeze in low ambient temperatures. The ice build-up can interfere with proper door latch operation. If the sliding door is not properly latched, it could open during vehicle operation. Correction: Dealers will replace the right and left sliding door latch modules with updated versions.
Recall number
2005-281
Recall date
2005-09-26
System affected
Other
Model year(s) affected
2006
Manufacturer Recall Number:
3605J
Units Affected:
2,510
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
If certain vehicles are operated at very high RPM levels, the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) logic, which is unique to vehicles produced for the North American market, combined with insufficient insulation around the main silencer, can permit an excessive heat build-up in the exhaust system which in the worst case, can cause a vehicle fire. Correction: Dealers will replace the rear silencer, install a heat insulator kit, and update the PCM.
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