Kia Recalls SUVs, Vans; Electrical Problem Can Cause FiresThe recall is another in a series of problems that the South Korean automakers have had with engine fires during the past few years. Past problems have triggered investigations by the U.S. road safety agency.
Ed's Driveway: Kia 2020 SoulCBS 2's Ed Curran took a test drive in the Kia Soul.
US Expands Probe Into Air Bag Failures To 12.3M VehiclesFour deaths that may have been caused by the problem were reported in Hyundai-Kia vehicles and three in Fiat Chrysler automobiles. NHTSA opened an investigation in March of 2017 involving the TRW parts in Hyundais and Kias.
Hyundai, Kia Recall Over 500K Vehicles As Fire Risk SpreadsThe companies have now recalled nearly 2.4 million vehicles for fire and engine failure problems since September of 2015, and they are under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for potentially being slow to fix faulty vehicles.
5 Things You Don't Want To Miss At 2019's Chicago Auto ShowThe 2019 Chicago Auto Show begins on Feb. 9 and runs through Feb. 18 at McCormick Place.
5 Hyundai, Kia Models Have High Fire Insurance Claim RatesKia spokesman James Bell said the company is cooperating with NHTSA "and will take any necessary corrective action in a timely manner."
Kia To Recall Vehicles To Fix Problem That Can Cause FiresThe Korean automaker and its larger affiliate Hyundai have been dogged by fire and engine failure complaints from across the nation.
Kia Recalls Over 500K Vehicles Over Air BagsGovernment documents say a short circuit can develop in an air bag control computer made by parts supplier ZF-TRW, and the air bags can fail to deploy.
Hyundai-Kia To Pay US $100M For Overstating MpgThe penalty could serve as a precedent for other automakers who violate the Clean Air Act.
New Kia Electric Car Debuts At Chicago Car ShowKia Executive Vice President Michael Sprague said the Soul EV is built to be more fun than its competitors from Chevy, Nissan and Fiat.
Hyundai, Kia Deal With Fallout From Oversold Gas MileageYou go to buy a new car and kick the tires, take a test drive and check the sticker, assuming the information is accurate, right? CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.