According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there are several motor vehicles that are currently on recall due to faulty parts or other potentially serious problems. In order to eliminate any kind of danger, the affected vehicles on recall include the following:

Ford – It has been noted that 2013 Ford Escape crossover SUVs have the potential to overheat and catch fire. There have been reports that over 13 of these vehicles have been damaged due to fire. As a result, Ford is recalling more than 161,000 vehicles of this model.

Volkswagen – More than 1 million Volkswagen sport-utility vehicles and pick-up trucks are being recalled all over the globe to change the oil in a number of seven-speed double-clutch gearboxes. Published reports observe that China alone has recalled 640,309 vehicles, although the exact models have not been revealed.

Suzuki – Because of faulty steering columns, any Ertiga, Swift or DZire models of Suzuki are being recalled if manufactured between mid to late October. In 2011, Maruti Suzuki recalled more than 13,000 diesel vehicles due to problematic car parts.

Toyota – Currently on recall are certain 2013-2014 Camry and Camry HV models, as well as 2013 Avalon and Avalon HV and 2014 Corolla vehicles. This is because these vehicles have shown lingering problems with windshield wipers and defrosters. Almost 10,000 vehicles of these models are being recalled simultaneously.

Porsche – Problems with a fuel gauge that may lead to running out of gas are the reasons why several Porsche models are on recall. These models include 2013-2014 Porsche Cayenne and Cayenne GTS, as well as 2013 Cayenne Diesel and 2014 Cayenne S, S Hybrid, Turbo and Turbo S vehicles. Additionally, more than 80 vehicles of the 2014 Boxster, Boxster S, Cayman, Cayman S and 911 Carrera are also in the process of being recalled, due to problems with deactivating airbags.