Toyota is expanding its Takata recall once again. Continue Reading...
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Takata may not be the only airbag manufacturer with faulty products. Continue Reading...
Another 12-million vehicles are being added to the Takata airbag recall. Continue Reading...
Ford will no longer be using Takata airbag inflators in its future vehicles. Continue Reading...
Takata has admitted that its airbag inflators are defective, resulting in a massive recall of 33.8 million vehicles in the U.S. Continue Reading...
Another day, another airbag recall and this time Audi’s taking the heat but not for the reason you probably expect. Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has expanded its recall of faulty airbags. Continue Reading...
BMW will recall roughly 1.6 million of its 3 Series luxury cars worldwide because of possibly faulty passenger side airbag inflators that could rupture. Continue Reading...
A support bracket that could come loose during airbag deployment is causing Hyundai to recall 58,000 of its Elantra Touring hatchbacks from the 2010 to 2012 model years in North America. Continue Reading...
Whether it’s a base model small car or a flagship luxury sedan, every modern automobile is chockablock with high-end features, some of which seemed like impossibilities just a few years ago. Continue Reading...
The airbag recall that saw Toyota fixing 1.73 million vehicles is expanding to include roughly three million vehicles from Honda, Nissan and Mazda. Continue Reading...
The pressure-sensing mat meant to determine whether the front passenger airbag will deploy is causing BMW to recall 76,565 vehicles in the U.S. Continue Reading...
A call back that affected more than 186,000 Hyundai Elantras last March could expand by about another 52,000 units. Continue Reading...
Chrysler is issuing a recall for certain Dodge Dart sedans because the airbags might not deploy properly. Continue Reading...
In case there weren’t enough reasons for overweight people to shed their extra pounds you can add another one to that laundry list. Morbidly obese individuals are 56 percent more likely to die in car crashes than normal-weight people. Continue Reading...
Japan’s three largest automakers are announcing related recalls totaling 3. 4 million cars over faulty airbags supplied by Takata Corp. Continue Reading...
Side curtain airbags are no good if they also send a piece of metal in your direction during deployment. Continue Reading...
Nissan is getting the good samaritan award of the day because it self-reported the possibility that the airbag cable located in the steering column might be pinched, keeping the device from deploying. Continue Reading...
Airbags can be dangerous in more ways than you might think: one man in Scotland died of bronchial pneumonia two weeks after inhaling fumes from one after it was cut on broken glass in a highway crash. Continue Reading...
Honda‘s latest addition to its airbag recall affecting older Accords, Civics, Odyssey’s, Pilots and Acuras bumps the total number of recalled vehicles to more than 3.7 million. The issue came to light three years ago, and has already caused one death and at least a dozen injuries due to airbags in some vehicles deploying with too… Continue Reading...
General Motors is targeting a safety issue with new equipment that until now has been unaddressed. They plan to release a front-seat center-airbag (pictured above) that deploys between the driver and passenger seats. The new feature is supposed to improve safety in the event of far-side impact crashes, which statistics show to be responsible for… Continue Reading...
Honda‘s airbag woes grew significantly after they recalled an almost 1 million additional vehicles. The issue involves airbag pressure in 2001 and 2002 Accords, Civics and Odysseys from 2001 through 2003, CR-Vs from 2002 to 2003 and 2003 Pilots. The recall also affects 2002 and 2003 Acura 3.2 TLs and 2003 3.2 CLs. The latest development… Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating Jeep Liberty SUVs built between 2002 and 2003 for an issue regarding the premature deployment of airbags. NHTSA said that they’ve received 7 complaints regarding airbags deploying without a crash, with 5 of these incidents having caused injuries. 387,356 vehicles are said to be affected by the issue. [Source: Automotive News] Continue Reading...
Cadillac is recalling 50,500 SRX crossovers due to the passenger side airbag functioning differently than the owners manual states. SRX air bags are programmed to disable the right side roof-rail airbag if the front passenger seat is occupied. The owner’s manual says that airbags will deploy whether or not the seat is occupied. This discrepancy violates federal safety… Continue Reading...