There have been many automotive recalls in recent months, but there is good news: July car sales reached an eight-year high.
Industry analysts predict on average, that overall July sales will come in at about 1.45 million cars and pickups. That's 10.5-percent higher than last year, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The Urse Automotive Group said a recall isn't a bad thing.
"It's a problem that a manufacturer had with a vehicle, rather it be a safety or many different other areas. So it's a proactive move to fix the vehicle, not necessarily a thing that would scare a consumer away," said Doug Urse, general manager.
Urse said he and his staff are gearing up for their busiest time of the year, with the introduction of the new model year.