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TOKYO -- Toyota Motor and Nissan Motor are recalling more than 6.5 million cars globally to replace potentially faulty airbag inflators made by Takata Corp. Toyota said today it would recall about 5 million Corolla, Vitz/Yaris and other models worldwide to ...
Automotive News · 5/13/2015
Toyota Australia has recalled more than 181,000 cars over concerns customers could be harmed by faulty airbags. The sweeping campaign takes in several popular models including the Corolla, Yaris and Echo hatchbacks as well as the RAV4 SUV and …
drive.com.au · 5/14/2015
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
Toyota said today it's re-notifying owners of about 218,000 previously recalled vehicles with front air bags supplied by Takata, and adding 28,515 vehicles in high-humidity areas to the recall, because the bags might blow shrapnel into front passengers.
11 Alive · 10/20/2014
The government says more than 2 million Toyota ... fire for air bag inflators that can explode, shooting out metal and plastic pieces. At least five deaths and dozens of injuries have been linked to the problem worldwide. Ten automakers have recalled ...
OregonLive · 1/31/2015
Toyota said it was reissuing a recall for around 1.6 million cars in Japan to check for possible faulty airbag inflators. Toyota said it was asking owners of roughly 20 domestic models produced between 2004 and 2008, including the Vitz, to have their cars ...
CNBC · 11/25/2015
Toyota Canada has expanded its recall of vehicles with Takata airbags to another 255,000 vehicles in Canada. The Takata airbags have an inflator that can explode in an accident, sending shards of metal into the passenger compartment and killing or injuring ...
CBC · 6/16/2015
Nissan and Toyota followed Honda ... NHTSA believes non-desiccated airbags present the highest risk, but the agency still requires "the eventual recall of all Takata inflators using ammonium nitrate, whether desiccated or not," Trowbridge said.
Cars · 11/10/2015
TOKYO — Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. said Wednesday they are recalling a total of 6.56 million vehicles world-wide after finding a risk of moisture intrusion on certain types of air bags made by Takata Corp. The Toyota 7203, +4.61% recall of ...
Market Watch · 5/13/2015
Here are the important stories you need to know. This latest round of recalls from Honda and Daihatsu, now a small car subsidiary of Toyota, will not affect U.S. or Canadian market cars. Honda’s recall covers 1.72 million vehicles in Japan that were ...
Jalopnik · 5/14/2015