Kia, Hyundai recall cars due to possibility of catching on fire

Jason Levine, the director of the Center for Auto Safety, says the agency first brought the issue to the government’s attention. “They seem to be separate concerns. But they all lead to a problem that no consumer wants, which is their car catching on fire,” he says.

“One of the questions will be, as consumers bring these vehicles in, are they receiving engine replacements? Or are they just receiving sort of an inspection?” Levine says.

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