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2015-2017 Audi A7 recalled for airbag failure: 17,700 U.S. vehicles affected

Car Connection – May 18, 2017


2015-2017 Audi A7 recalled for airbag failure: 17,700 U.S. vehicles affected

Volkswagen is recalling nearly 17,700 A7 vehicles in the U.S. to address a problem with their airbags. According to documents from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, some of the car’s airbags may not deploy as intended.

The devices in question are head curtain airbags, supplied by Key Safety Systems (which is, for what it’s worth, the likely buyer of troubled Japanese airbag manufacturer, Takata). NHTSA explains that due to the way that the airbags were produced, they “may not unfold properly during deployment. This may result in an increased risk of injury to an unbelted passenger in a crash where the head curtain airbag deploys.”

Today’s recall affects Audi A7 vehicles from the 2015, 2016, and 2017 models years. A total of 17,694 cars registered in the U.S. will need to be repaired…

Read the entire article on the Car Connection website