Various factors like widespread safety flaws by manufacturers have led to millions of vehicle recalls this year. Data acquired and calculated by Finbold.com indicates that approximately 13,362,759 vehicle units have been recalled globally by different manufacturers between January 1st and July 13, 2020.
According to our findings, Japan-based Toyota has the highest number of recalls this year at about 3.95 million followed by Ford at 2.9 million. Volvo has the third-highest recalls at 2.8 million with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles having the fourth highest recalls at 1.74 million. Honda Motors is fifth with about 1.4 million recalls.
KIA’s 244,000 recalls places it in the sixth spot followed by Hyundai at 207,000. Nissan had 49,225 recalls followed by another Japanese manufacture Mazda that has 24,000 recalls. Germany’s Volkswagen has recalled 16,098 vehicles followed by America’s electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla at 15,000. From the start of the year, Bentley has recalled 6,000 vehicles. BMW and McLaren had one of the least recalls at 3,800 and 2,763 respectively.