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Reuters had last week reported that Toyota would buy 13 million inflators from Nippon Kayaku to reduce its risk from Takata's airbags, which are at the centre of the biggest global vehicle recall for decades. "(Inflators) …
Economic Times · 8/25/2015
A special report from Bloomberg suggests that Toyota, already reeling from the massive Takata airbag recall and having recalled 12 million vehicles globally, is now shopping for other companies to at least partly replace …
modernreaders.com · 8/22/2015
Takata Replacements
This is a quick update for the Toyota airbag recall in early November, 2014. This brand might not be the largest name within the list of automakers making up cars recalled for faulty Takata airbags, but they have made some controversial statements in ...
Product-Reviews · ByDaniel Chubb · 11/2/2014
For months, the problem of defective airbags made by the Japanese supplier Takata has festered in the auto industry as recalls have mounted and automakers have searched for the reason that the airbags can explode violently, sending pieces of metal into …
New York Times · ByHiroko Tabuchi · 5/13/2015
The vehicles are being recalled in three separate campaigns, according to documents posted early Friday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The airbags were supplied by Takata. More than 36 million vehicles equipped with Takata airbags ...
MSN · 5/15/2015
The recall covers some of the top-selling Japanese cars, including Toyota's Camry and Corolla, and rivals like the Nissan Maxima and Honda Civic. All of the vehicles in question were manufactured in or after 2000. In an accident, the airbag for the front ...
Chicago Tribune · 4/11/2013
which could impact the vehicle airbags, power-steering, and air conditioning, posing a potential crash hazard for drivers. The Toyota recall (PDF) was announced by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on October 18 ...
About Lawsuits · 10/22/2013
urged Takata to broaden its recalls, but the company refused, leaving automakers like Honda and Toyota to pick up the slack. These and other automakers have been repairing air bags ever since, going so far as to work …
The Legal Examiner · 1 day ago
Toyota announced today that it will conduct two separate safety recalls involving a total of approximately 1.02 million vehicles in the United States for problems with potentially defective airbags and windshield wipers. Worldwide, the two recalls affect a ...
The Car Connection · BySuzanne Kane · 1/30/2013
More news related to the latest airbag recall involving vehicles affected by Japanese auto parts manufacturer Takata Corp’s faulty airbag inflator modules, an issue that first surfaced last year and involved Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Mazda recalling ...
Paultan | Paul Tan · 6/25/2014