U.S. regulators said Honda, Porsche and Nissan all announced recalls at the end of the week.
Honda said it would recall 8,700 Pilot and Acura MDX sport-utility vehicles because a vapor recovery system inside the fuel tank was molded using material that did not meet the company's standards, The Detroit News reported Saturday.
The Wall Street Journal said the recall is to begin in mid-March. Consumers can call 800-999-1009 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 800-999-1009 end_of_the_skype_highlighting for information.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Porsche is recalling 20,278 Cayenne SUVs from model years 2011 and 2012.
Porsche said it has received 20 reports of loose headlamps in the vehicles. The company is calling in the cars to replace the headlamp locking components.
Nissan Motor Co. is recalling 3,000 Murano and Rogue vehicles from model year 2012 to activate the vehicle's tire pressure monitoring systems.
The only vehicles involved in Nissan's recall are still in dealership lots, and the dealers have been notified and will activate the systems, Nissan said.