Honda is calling back another 20 million potentially deadly airbag inflators as a preemptive safety measure. Continue Reading...
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The already massive Takata airbag recall has been expanded to include another 35- to 40-million vehicles. Continue Reading...
Nissan is recalling 3.53-million vehicles to address an issue with the passenger-side airbag. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen was reluctant to recall its vehicles equipped with Takata airbags. Continue Reading...
Continental Automotive Systems has admitted to installing potentially faulty airbag control computers in about 5 million cars. Continue Reading...
Takata has been fined $70 million and could face $130 million more in fines. Continue Reading...
Takata is launching an ad campaign to build awareness for the massive airbag recall. Continue Reading...
Honda has announced a new campaign in the ongoing Takata airbag recall. Continue Reading...
The Takata airbag recall is an unmitigated disaster for the automotive industry and Honda is working overtime to correct affected vehicles. Continue Reading...
Mazda has expanded its Takata airbag recall to now cover 472,056 vehicles. Continue Reading...
Some folks will be visiting their dealerships twice due to the Takata airbag recall. Continue Reading...
Embattled airbag maker Takata is moving away from a potentially dangerous chemical propellant, although it won’t be phased out entirely. Continue Reading...
More vehicles have been identified in the massive Takata airbag recall. Continue Reading...
After a massive recall of 34 million vehicles in the U.S., what are the odds that your car is affected? Continue Reading...
The massive Takata airbag recall has lead to NHTSA’s website crashing. Continue Reading...
The single largest recall in North America, 34 million vehicles use faulty airbags manufactured by Japanese parts supplier Takata. But is your car one of them? 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...
Honda is adding another round of vehicles to a massive worldwide recall for cars fitted with faulty airbags made by Takata. Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is ordering Takata to preserve all air bag inflators as part of the ongoing federal investigation. Continue Reading...
Over two-million vehicles are being re-recalled after not being adequately fixed in a previous recall. Continue Reading...
The National Highway Safety Administration is looking for whistleblowers with insider knowledge on the Takata airbag recall. Continue Reading...
Takata Corp. announced today that Stefan Stocker is stepping down from his position as the company’s president. Continue Reading...
Chrysler is the latest automaker to give in to NHTSA’s demands of expanding the airbag recall. Continue Reading...
In the midst of a crisis over defective airbags, Takata’s CEO has issued an open letter to the public. Continue Reading...