Ford recalls 101,000 vehicles in six separate actions

July 8, 2014, 4:14 PM UTC
Ford Recalls Over 100,000 Escape SUV
NILES, IL - NOVEMBER 26: A 2014 Ford Escape sits in the showroom at a dealership on November 26, 2013 in Niles, Illinois. Ford Motor Company today announced a recall for the 2013 Escape crossover-utility vehicle. This is the seventh recall for the vehicle since it was redesigned for the 2013 model year. The latest recall is due to concern for engine fires caused by oil leaks in the cylinder heads. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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Ford issued six recalls Tuesday for a total of 101,000 cars.

This means the automaker (F) has recalled around 3 million cars this year, according to the Detroit News.

The biggest recall issued today covers 92,000 vehicles with possible issues in the right-side halfshaft. Models being recalled for this issue include the 2013-14 Ford Taurus, the Ford Flex and the Ford Police Interceptor models. Also being recalled are 2,100 Ford Escape SUVs due to possible issues with the vehicle’s panorama glass roof.

The spate of recalls by General Motors this year (GM) and the backlash that company has suffered as a result, has led to increased scrutiny from regulators, and could lead to automakers being more careful when it comes to possible product recalls.

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