At least 16 deaths globally are now linked to the massive recall. Continue Reading...
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has identified about 313,000 older Hondas that have particularly dangerous Takata airbags. Continue Reading...
Four automakers are currently selling cars that they will probably have to recall in the coming years. Continue Reading...
The company has issued a new preliminary recall for a number of 2007 to 2011 full-size trucks and SUVs. Continue Reading...
Takata is forecasting that in a worst-case scenario, recalling all of its faulty airbags will cost up to $24 billion. Continue Reading...
The massive recall for faulty airbags made by Japanese automotive supplier Takata could get a lot bigger. Continue Reading...
Honda has brought on outside help to get to the bottom of a major safety issue. Continue Reading...
When the redesigned Honda Accord arrives in the U.S., it will not be fit with Takata airbags. Continue Reading...
Ford has agreed to expand its Takata airbag recall at the request of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) plans to force three automakers to conduct a recall of driver-side Takata airbags. Continue Reading...
Honda is once again expanding its recall for faulty airbags, this time leaving no stone unturned. Continue Reading...
Takata has admitted that it still has not determined the reason why its airbags are hurtling metal shards. Continue Reading...
The details surrounding the massive Takata airbag recall are coming to light. Continue Reading...
U.S. safety regulators are ordering airbag maker Takata to answer questions related to its massive recall. Continue Reading...
Honda has brought on a third party to look at whether or not it under reported fatality and injury claims to the U.S. government. Continue Reading...
For the second time, Toyota is calling back vehicles in the United States over airbag issues that went unfixed during a previous recall. Continue Reading...