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Sun, Jul. 27, 6:31 AM
- Nissan (OTCPK:NSANY) is recalling more than 226K additional vehicles over the Takata (OTCPK:TKTDY) airbag defect which has plagued the global auto industry in recent months. The new announcement adds to the previous 665K cars Nissan took back in a prior recall.
- "The company is not aware of any accidents or injuries related to the recall," says Brian Brockman, a Nissan representative.
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Thu, Jun. 26, 10:47 AM
- Yesterday's halt on sales and recall of 33k Chevy Cruze sedans due to defective Takata-made (TKTDF) airbags, has brought the total number of worldwide General Motors (GM -1.7%) taken back vehicles this year to 20M. There have been a total of 44 recall announcements in 2014, and now CEO Mary Barra says it's possible more may be on the way.
- "We're going to continue to look at the data that we get, and we're going to take the action that we need," says Barra. "If we find an issue, we're going to deal with it."
Mon, Jun. 23, 3:31 AM
- Honda (HMC) and Mazda (MZDAF) have announced the expected recall on their vehicles containing the Takata (TKTDF) airbag defect. The recall expands upon last year's 1.1M vehicle take back, which was issued after discovering the explosive airbag malfunction.
- Another 2M cars have now been recalled by Honda, and approximately 200k by Mazda.
Wed, Jun. 11, 5:00 AM
- Toyota (TM) is recalling about 650k cars in Japan due to defective airbags made by Takata (TKTDY). This expands a prior recall involving 2.14M vehicles in April 2013. The additional 650k vehicles have been announced today since the serial numbers Takata provided last year were incomplete.
- The defect involves a problem with the airbag inflator, which could possibly explode and injure the driver or passengers.
- Honda and Nissan are now examining if their vehicles contain the malfunction.
May. 7, 2013, 10:01 AM
Apr. 11, 2013, 3:23 AMFour Japanese car makers are recalling 3.4M vehicles globally due to a malfunctioning inflator in the front-seat airbags, which are made by Takata (TKTDF.PK), although no injuries or deaths have been reported. Toyota (TM) is recalling 1.73M cars, Honda (HMC) 1.14M, Nissan (NSANY.OB) 480,000 and Mazda (MZDAY.PK) 45,500. Takata's shares slumped 9% in Tokyo. | 1 Comment
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