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(WFTV/KWTV/CNN) - Toyota and Nissan have recalled 6.5 million more cars because of potentially faulty airbags. The airbags were made by the Japanese company Takata. Takata airbags are the reason why tens of millions of cars have been recalled recently.
KFVS12 · 5/13/2015
(MENAFN - Arab News) TOKYO: Japanese auto giants Toyota and Nissan said they were recalling 6.5 million vehicles globally in the latest chapter of an exploding airbag crisis linked to several deaths. The world's biggest automaker said its recall of five ...
MENAFN · 5/14/2015
Toyota and Nissan have recalled an additional 6.56 million cars equipped with possibly faulty airbags manufactured by Japan-based Takata. Toyota's recall covers 5 million vehicles globally, including an estimated 637,000 in the United States. The recalled ...
NewsChannel 3 · 5/13/2015
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Now, the ever-growing airbag recall threatens to unseat General Motors' General ... the devices for most of the world’s major auto companies. These recalls now affect older Toyota, Honda, Mazda, BMW, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Chrysler, Ford and GM ...
Forbes · ByMicheline Maynard · 10/23/2014
Toyota recently announced the recall of 1.3 million vehicles due to the possibility that the connections of an air bag cable may become damaged when turning the steering wheel. This recall includes the Matrix, which is the twin to the Pontiac Vibe.
GM Authority · 4/10/2014
Tokyo (AFP) - Toyota and rival Nissan on Wednesday announced the recall of about 6.5 million vehicles globally in the latest chapter of an exploding airbag crisis linked to at least five deaths. The world's biggest automaker said its recall of five million ...
The Business Insider · 5/13/2015
(CNN/RNN) - Toyota has recalled 650,000 more cars in Japan over faulty airbags, expanding a recall first announced last year. The initial recall in April 2013 included 766,300 vehicles in the U.S. Toyota reannounced the U.S. recall in a news release on ...
Eye Witness News 3 · 6/11/2014
A hot climate appears to trigger the airbag failures, so the recalls are considered especially urgent for people living in Florida, Hawaii, and U.S. territories." BMW, Chrysler, Ford, Honda, Mazda, Nissan, Toyota and Mitsubishi all have vehicles that may ...
NPR News · 10/21/2014
TOKYO: Honda on Thursday added 4.89 million vehicles to a ballooning global recall over an airbag defect that has been blamed for killing several drivers. Japan's number-three automaker made the announcement just a day after Toyota and Nissan said they ...
Business Recorder · 5/14/2015