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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
The Vibe recall comes after Takata Corp. of Japan agreed in May to double the size of its air bag inflator recall to 33.8 million, making it the largest automotive recall in US history. He noted that one issue may lie with the ammonium nitrate propellant ...
belljarnews.com · 6/27/2015
A carpark of around 181,000 Toyota Avensis Verso, Corolla, Echo, RAV4 and Yaris models is being recalled by Toyota Australia due to faulty airbags made by Japanese supplier Takata Corp. The recall campaign is due to the discovery that the airbag inflator ...
Motoring · 5/14/2015
According to a ThisDay report, Toyota Nigeria recalled some models of Hilux and Yaris over faulty airbags. The reason for the recall is that the company believes the inflator modules contained in the airbags in the cars may be faulty. As a result, the ...
Bella Naija · 5/20/2015
TOKYO — Toyota and Nissan, Japan’s two top automakers, expanded their global car recall by more than three million vehicles on Thursday in order to replace potentially deadly airbags that have already been linked to eight deaths. Toyota said it will ...
Industry Week · 6/25/2015
Toyota said your Tundra is not under recall. Your car does indeed have a Takata airbag, but that particular group of airbags was not among those identified as potentially defective, said Cindy Knight, a PR manager for Toyota. Knight added that Toyota is ...
ABC News · 2/17/2015
Toyota said it would recall another 2.86 million vehicles across 24 models produced between April 2003 and December 2008, including 1.729 million in Europe, 360,000 in Japan and 190,000 in China. Toyota on June 16 recalled 1.37 million vehicles in the ...
Reuters · 6/25/2015
Honda is trying to get your attention about the continuing airbag recall with ads on Facebook and in newspapers. In the last year, 10 automakers have recalled vehicles due to Takata airbag concerns. Wednesday, Toyota and Nissan expanded their recall to ...
WFMY News 2 · 5/14/2015
This doubles the scale for the existing recall of roughly 17 million vehicles equipped with defective airbags, and it now counts BMW, Chrysler, Daimler Trucks, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru and Toyota among the affected ...
Consumer Reports · 5/19/2015
Toyota and Nissan are recalling thousands of cars in Ireland as part of a global recall of 6.5 million vehicles over potentially faulty airbags. The move is the latest in a series of recalls involving airbag inflators made by Japanese parts supplier Takata.
The Irish Times · 5/13/2015