Porsche has recalled Panamera S Hybrid and Cayenne S Hybrid models in Australia because their fuel rails could leak.

Nissan has recalled hatchback and sedan Pulsar models to check for improper installation of a side curtain airbag sensor which might not deply the 'bag when needed. These cars were sold between April 2013 and June 2013.

BMW has recalled 2 and 3 Series models with four- and six-cylinder petrol engines. Due to a manufacturing defect, the electric fuel pump in these vehicles may fail causing the engine to not start or stall while driving. These vehicles were sold between October 2013 and April 2014.

Jeep has recalled 2012-2013 Grand Cherokees fitted with petrol engines and 2011 Grand Cherokee with three-litre diesel engines, The Motor Report said.

Holden has recalled just six units from its Korean made Captiva 7 and 5 ranges over an issue with the fuel pump flow control module which may develop an electrical short. As a result, the 'Check Engine' light will illuminate and the engine won't start or may stall.

Land Rover has recalled Discovery 4 models over a software issue with the anti-lock braking system (ABS). The vehicle may revert to a 'limp-home mode', safety features such as gradient release control, traction control and yaw stability control may be disabled and the air suspension may be set to 'safe mode'.