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Honda will be recalling around 1 million older vehicles in the US and Canada because Takata driver's airbag inflators installed during previous recalls could be dangerous.
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From the Takata's ongoing airbag crisis affecting to more recent cases of vehicle setting on fire, vehicle recalls have left many motorists concerned whether cars are becoming more dangerous and if so, why?
Japanese carmaker Honda says another person has died in Malaysia after a flawed Takata airbag inflator exploded, raising the number of deaths linked to the defect in the Southeast Asian country to seven.
Ford is telling the owners of 33 428 Ranger bakkies in US not to drive them because their Takata airbag inflators may present an extreme danger.
Toyota South Africa Motors said it has issued a notice to recall more than 700 000 vehicles over airbag safety concerns, with some affected models dating back over 15 years.
Toyota, Honda recalling 1-million more vehicles in the US to replace defective Takata airbag inflators.
Woman hurt by Takata air bag films video to help Honda persuade owners to get their cars repaired.
Nissan would pay $97.7-million to vehicle owners, others in proposed Takata airbag settlement.
Shares in embattled airbag maker Takata soared more than 40%, after collapsing over the past week on bets that the crisis-hit firm will file for bankruptcy next week.
Toyota announced a recall of 1.7-million vehicles in North America as part of a general effort to replace defective Takata airbags tied to some 20 deaths worldwide.
Ford has agreed to a so-called "economic loss settlement" of $299.1-million covering at least 6-million vehicles in the US fitted with potentially faulty Takata air-bag inflators.
Malaysia transport minister to oversee Takata airbag recalls after data show more than 350 000 car owners have not yet responded.
Takata, the Japanese airbag maker embroiled in a massive recall, says the acquisition by US mobility safety company Key Safety Systems is complete. Takata's president is also stepping down.
'It’s true that a recall can affect resale values – but only if this is an isolated incident linked to one manufacturer,' says AutoTrader CEO George Mienie following Toyota SA's recall.
The South African auto industry is affected by ongoing defective Takata airbag recalls. One of the automakers affected is Toyota with models such as its previous generation Hilux bakkie.
Toyota is recalling 601 000 more vehicles in the US to replace defective and potentially deadly Takata airbag inflators
Mitsubishi is recalling 66 000 cars for a second time to replace faulty Takata front passenger airbag inflators.
The bankruptcy of Japanese auto parts giant Takata may frustrate the legal challenges by victims harmed by the company's exploding airbags, which were part of the largest auto safety recall ever.
Hawaii is suing auto manufacturers Ford, Nissan and Toyota over airbags, produced by Takata, that can spew shrapnel when deployed.
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