Hyundai is recalling its Elantra and i30 models, sold between November 2009 and April 2010.
A power steering issue could see power to the unit lost, unexpectedly increasing the steering effort required from the driver which could result in a loss of control.
Hyundai is also recalling a total of 2044 Sonatas, built between July 2014 and May 2015.
A problem has been identified with the brake booster system, which may be fitted with incorrect tubing and seal rings.
Volvo is recalling 108 examples of its 2016 XC60 SUV fitted with the four-cylinder petrol engine and automatic transmission.
A weakness may exist in the fuse for the starter motor, which can be prompted to blow while the stop-start system is in operation during normal driving. If blown, the engine will not restart.
Vehicles with CVT automatics may suffer a failure of the drive pulley shaft, resulting in a loss of acceleration.
Mercedes-Benz is recalling a handful of its E-Class and CLS models sold between April and May of this year due to a potential loose seal.
Just seven vehicles are affected by a seal fitted to the secondary bulkhead in the engine compartment which could come loose and contact the engine, resulting in a fire in extreme cases.
BMW is recalling its R13 G 650 GS and R13 G 650 GS Sertao motorcycles sold between November 2010 and August of this year, due to potential software issues.
The BMW-E engine management ECU may cause the engine to stall, resulting in a loss of control. Also, a possible air leak may be present from a loose intake stub.
Kawasaki is recalling its Vulcan 1700 Voyager and Vaquero models, sold between April 2009 and August 2015.
The ignition switch wire may rub on the underside of the fuel tank, causing a possible electrical short and damage to the ignition switch.
The relevant manufacturers will attempt to contact affected owners shortly, but any owner wishing to learn more about the latest round of recalls should contact their local dealer.