Toyota Kirloskar, the Indian unit of the world's largest car maker Toyota, is recalling 7,100 units of its sedan Corolla from the Indian market to fix a defective passenger side airbag made by Japanese component maker Takata. These cars were made between ...
Business Standard Motoring · 9 hours ago
The Takata airbag recall affected more than 30 million vehicles in the United States made by 10 automakers. Thursday, Honda and Toyota recalled 3 million vehicles in Europe. Eight people have died and hundreds more …
Jackson Clarion-Ledger · 6/27/2015
The fallout from the deadly passenger-side airbags made by Takata Corp. again impacted Japanese automakers Toyota Motor Corp and Nissa Motor Co as the two recalled 3 million more vehicles around the world.
Franchise Herald · 6/26/2015
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(MENAFN) Japan's Toyota and Nissan expanded their global car recall by more than three million vehicles to replace potentially deadly air bags that have already been linked to eight deaths, Arab News reported. Toyota said it will call back an additional 2 ...
MENAFN · 6/30/2015
Qatar News Agency
The companies are Toyota Nigeria Limited, Nissan Nigeria Limited, Honda Automobile West Africa Limited and CFAO Motors Nigeria. The faulty airbag inflators have led to the recall of some of the brands’ models from …
Punch · 7/1/2015
CPC’s action came on the heels of the global recall of certain models of the brands from the market due to their front passenger airbag inflators’ defects. Toyota is reportedly recalling 2.86 million vehicles, equipped …
Vanguard · 7/1/2015
While Toyota knows of no injuries or crashes, Honda blamed the faulty inflators for two deaths in 2009. Honda eventually expanded its original Takata airbag recall four times, affecting 2.8 million vehicles worldwide, 2.5 million of those in the U.S ...
USA Today · 6/11/2014
The council communicated its position to Toyota Nigeria Limited ... that millions of vehicles recalled could have been equipped with airbags that shoot shrapnel into drivers and front-seat passengers upon deployment. Takata Chairman and Chief executive ...
AllAfrica · 13 hours ago
Toyota and Nissan, Japan's two top vehicle makers, say they will recall more than three million more cars globally because of concerns over airbags involved in eight deaths worldwide. "Toyota will now globally expand …
Sky News · 6/25/2015
Airbag recall
Motorists in Nigeria should be concerned as Toyota and Nissan, Japan’s two top automakers, have expanded their global car recall by more than three million vehicles to replace potentially deadly airbags that have already been linked to eight deaths.
P.M. News Nigeria · 6/26/2015