BMW has recalled more than 30,000 of its X5 SUVs in the US, model years 2007 to 2010, according to a report in CBS Philly. The SUVs have been recalled to "fix an oil leak that can knock out the power-assisted braking."
According to an article in Reuters, only the vehicles with V8 engines are affected by this recall.
This news was released just days before BMW announced a recalled of approximately 750,000 more of its vehicles, 570,000 of them in North America.
According to a report in TFLCar.com, this second recall "has been issued due to a faulty battery cable connector that could cause the engine to stall."
This recall includes the company's 3-series "sedans, convertibles, coupes and sports wagons, as well as its 1-Series coupes and convertibles and Z4 two-seat roadsters," according to a report in Reuters.