Kia vehicles in the U.S. with steering issues recalled
Korean automaker Kia Motors is recalling over 256,000 vehicles in the U.S. due to a possible steering malfunction that may result in accidents, a November 16 article reported.
According to reports, the 2014-2015 models of the Soul compact Sport Utility Vehicles may crash when certain parts in the steering gear separate. Kia stated in the recall that the problem may occur due to the weak adhesive used in the steering gear parts, and the company has shared this information with federal authorities. Kia also stated that they are unaware of any injuries or crashes involving the steering issue. Kia dealers will begin repairing and improving the steering components of the recalled vehicles on December 22nd.
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