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Hit by the incredible huge amount of recalls this years, federal agencies in the US are now rallying to better find and address potential safety flaws in vehicles on the road.



Now, the Safety Institute, a non-profit organization that monitors product safety issues and trends has done exactly that – providing us with a list of potential product defects in cars and trucks, which sees Toyota, Ford and GM heading the shameful record. The watchdog group has compiled its first of the kind, quarterly Vehicle Safety Watch List that highlights potential, safety related defects in vehicles today.

Rank This Period

Vehicle and Component

Component Definition

Notes
1 2012 FORD FOCUS
Steering
Steering No Investigations,
no recalls
2 2004 TOYOTA SIENNA
Structure
Structure Investigations,
and recalls
3

2012 FORD FOCUS
Electrical

Electrical 

Investigation,
and recalls

4

2012 CHEVROLET CRUZE
Service Brake

Service Brake No Investigations,
but recall
5

2005 TOYOTA SIENNA
Structure

Structure Investigations,
and recalls
6

2006 TOYOTA SIENNA
Structure

Structure

Investigations,
and recalls

7

2007 TOYOTA CAMRY
Speed Control

Speed Control Investigations,
and recalls
8

2009 TOYOTA CAMRY
Speed Control

Speed Control

Investigations,
and recall

9

2005 TOYOTA CAMRY
Speed Control

Speed Control Investigations,
no recalls
10

2011 CHEVROLET CRUZE
Service Brake

Service Brake

No investigations,
but recall

11

2004 TOYOTA CAMRY
Speed Control

Speed Control

Investigations,
no recalls

12

2008 TOYOTA CAMRY
Speed Control

Speed Control

Investigations,
and recalls

13

2006 TOYOTA RAV4
Suspension

Suspension

Investigation,
and recalls

14

2012 TOYOTA CAMRY
Speed Control

Speed Control

No Investigations,
no recalls

15

2007 GMC YUKON
Latch

Latch

Investigations,
no recalls



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