The company is adding about 1.4 million front driver inflators to recalls in the U.S., according to government documents posted Wednesday.
By Tom Krisher, Associated Press
The move includes over 782,000 vehicles in the U.S. and is part of the largest series of recalls in U.S. history.
By Tom Krishner, Associated Press
Honda Malaysia said it has already replaced more than 220,000 airbags in the country, but 71,315 owners have yet to respond to a recall.
By Michael D. Regan
Automakers are recalling 12 million vehicles over faulty Takata airbags, the latest addition to what is already the largest-ever auto recall in the U.S.
By Eugene Mason
By PBS NewsHour
In 2015, Americans spent roughly $570 billion dollars on more than 17 million cars and trucks, breaking a record set 15 years earlier. But it was also a year of automaker scandal, including a probe into GM's defective ignition switch…
The largest auto recall in U.S. history has affected 11 major auto companies, 34 million vehicles and dozens of models. It could take the manufacturer Takata two years to make all the replacements. So what’s an owner of one of…
By PBS NewsHour
Japanese airbag manufacturer Takata doubled its recall to nearly 34 million cars, making it one of the largest product recalls in U.S. history. The airbags can spew metal fragments when deployed, and have been linked to six deaths and more…
By Anna Sillers
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration confirmed on Tuesday that the Japanese airbag manufacturer Takata will declare 33.8 million cars unsafe due to airbag defects. The move would double the company’s previous recall of 17 million vehicles.
More than 24 million vehicles have been recalled in the U.S. and around the world this year due to a defect in airbags manufactured by Takata. The Japanese company has resisted calls to do more, and today its president stepped…
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