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Honda, Nissan, and Toyota are expanding their global Takata airbag inflator recalls to cover millions of additional vehicles. Toyota alone is adding about 5 million vehicles to its campaign globally, and over 600,000 of those are in the US, according to ...
Autoblog · 5/13/2015
Toyota is announcing a recall of a recall, asking that owners of vehicles involved in previous safety problems have their vehicles re-inspected for new problems. Toyota Motor Sales USA said as many as 766,300 vehicles involved in a previous recall could be ...
Los Angeles Times · 6/11/2014
A Toyota airbag recall was issued in Japan this week, affecting some 650,000 vehicles in an expansion of an earlier recall from last year, the carmaker said Wednesday. Shares of Takata dropped after the announcement and were down over 4 percent when …
News Max · 6/11/2014
For the third time this week an automaker has recalled tens of thousands of vehicles because of a potential fire risk. In addition to recalling 52,000 sedans for wiring issues that could lead to a vehicle fire, Toyota is recalling 5,000 cars whose airbags ...
The Consumerist · 1/29/2015
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
Toyota is recalling more than 800,000 vehicles due to electrical malfunctions that may be caused by spiders, which could impact the vehicle airbags, power-steering, and air conditioning, posing a potential crash hazard for drivers. The Toyota recall ...
About Lawsuits · 10/22/2013
the world's second largest supplier of airbags and seatbelts. Shares of Takata tumbled almost 10 percent in Tokyo trading. The recall is the largest since Toyota pulled back more than 7 million vehicles in October. The scale of the recent safety actions ...
Chicago Tribune · 4/11/2013
Then on June 11 of this year, Toyota expanded that recall by 2.3 million vehicles — many for the second time, though for a different air bag — because, Takata said, it kept inadequate records. The number of recalled cars could still rise as automakers ...
New York Times · ByHiroko Tabuchi · 6/23/2014
New York — More than 2 million Toyota, Chrysler and Honda vehicles are being recalled for a second fix for faulty air bags that may inadvertently inflate while the car is running. The recall includes some Acura MDX, Dodge Viper, Jeep Grand Cherokee ...
The Christian Science Monitor · 1/31/2015
Corrections & clarifications: An earlier version of this story incorrectly said 247,000 additional vehicles are being recalled for airbag defects. Toyota on Monday clarified that newly added vehicles total 20,000. The government is telling motorists to ...
9News · 10/22/2014