Volkswagen has recalled 62,812 Audi cars over a concern that the airbags may not properly deploy in the event of a crash, increasing the risk of a serious injury or death. The issue is caused by faulty Takata inflators.
BMW has recalled 4,511 BMW 3 series cars equipped with faulty Takata airbag inflators that may cause the airbag malfunction during a crash. This may result in the driver-side airbag exploding during an accident, hurting the driver with metal shrapnel. It may also cause the airbag to become under-inflated, failing to protect the driver from injuries in an accident.
Ford and Mazda have kicked off a recall for 2.6 million cars that contain defective Takata airbag inflators. The inflators can rupture when the airbags are deployed, injuring or killing the car occupants with sharp metal fragments.
Ford is recalling over 150,000 cars that may have had Takata airbag inflators installed in them during collision repair. The inflators may explode during a crash and kill or injure the car occupants.
American car manufacturer General Motors is recalling close to 6 million SUVs and pickup trucks because of potentially lethal Takata airbags. The inflators on the airbags may explode, flinging deadly shrapnel into vehicle occupants.
American manufacturer Ford will be forced to recall close to 3 million vehicles manufactured on Mazda’s platform due to the use of faulty Takata airbags. The inflator in these airbags may explode when deployed, injuring or even killing the car occupants with metal shrapnel.
German car manufacturer Volkswagen is recalling over 100,000 cars over concerns that their Takata-made airbag inflators may explode in a crash. The metal fragments that make up the inflator can hit the car occupants, maiming or killing them.
Japanese manufacturer Nissan is recalling 3,930 2002-2006 Sentra vehicles that are potentially equipped with the infamous Takata airbag inflators. These inflators can explode during a crash and fling “sharp metal fragments” into the vehicle’s occupants, injuring or killing them. Until your car is fixed, do not allow passengers to sit in the front seat.
American car maker General Motors is set to recall close to 6 million SUVs and pickup trucks because of potentially lethal Takata airbags. The inflators on the airbags may explode, flinging deadly shrapnel into vehicle occupants.
Volvo Car USA – which is owned by Chinese multinational auto company Geely – has recalled over 54,000 2001-2003 S60 and S80 luxury sedans because of airbag troubles. The airbag inflator in the recalled vehicles can rupture during deployment, putting the driver and passenger at risk of being hurt by a projectile of metal fragments.