A variety of potentially dangerous mechanical issues have led three auto manufacturers to recall more than 100,000 vehicles.

Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, and BMW have targeted 107,436 vehicles after issues with seat belts, airbags, and brakes.

Hyundai says more than 65,000 of its Genesis SUVs and sedans are being recalled over faulty seat belt parts.

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According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the part in question is a pretensioner that might explode during certain types of crashes because of over-pressurization.

The recalled vehicles are:

  • 2021-2023 Genesis G80
  • 2023-2023 Genesis GV60
  • 2022-2023 Genesis GV70
  • 2020-2023 Genesis GV80

Hyundai is expected to notify owners of the recall on April 17, offering free repairs at an authorized dealer.

The Mercedes Benz recall is related to an issue with brakes.

More than 26,000 SUVs have been targeted because their anti-locking brake system and electronic stability program may malfunction and increase the risk of an accident.

The NHTSA says the front axle wiring harness can contact an auxiliary oil cooler and wear to the point that the brakes may be affected.

The recalled vehicles are:

  • 2019-2021 Mercedes-Benz G550
  • 2019-2021 Mercedes-Benz AMG G63

Mercedes-Benz is expected to contact vehicle owners by April 18.

Authorized Mercedes Benz dealers will offer free axle wiring harness replacement or a protective sleeve for the harness.

BMW is recalling more than 15,000 SUVs because of improperly manufactured airbags.

According to the NHTSA, the airbags were not manufactured to the vehicle’s specifications, creating a safety risk if the airbags fail to deploy on their intended trajectory during a crash.

The recalled vehicles are:

  • 2022-2023 BMW iX xDrive40, iX xDrive50, iX M60
  • 2022-2023 BMW X1 xDrive28i

BMW is planning to notify owners on April 7, offering free airbag replacements.

To find out if your specific vehicle is part of one of these recalls, enter the VIN number on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's website.

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