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Honda claims old Takata airbags from 2002 were different


The third largest Japanese automaker, Honda Motor, claims the company had knowledge of a failing Takata airbag inflator inside cars that were covered by a recall back in 2002 – though the inflator used a different design from the one implicated in the massive Takata debacle. This inflator had a different construction design from one that ruptured in a 2004 crash ...
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New Honda NSX is sold out in the UK
The upcoming Honda NSX is apparently sold out in the United Kingdom, despite the company hasn’t really showed it in the production version. The development of a brand new Honda NSX ...
US: Honda sales go unaffected by Takata airbag recalls
Honda, as the No.1 client of Japan’s Takata Corp is the automaker with the largest number of vehicles affected by the swelling recalls over potentially defective airbag inflators. Millions of cars ...
Report – Honda recalled Takata-equipped cars back in 2002
According to documents seen by Reuters, the third-largest Japanese automaker – Honda – also the biggest client for auto safety parts supplier Takata, called back into services a small batch ...
US: Honda’s unreported deaths and injuries could lead to record fine
The third-biggest Japanese automaker, Honda, acknowledged following inquiries from the US auto safety regulators that it failed to notify the authorities of more than 1,700 claims of injury or death ...
US: Honda acknowledges it failed to report US accidents as far back as 2003
The third-largest Japanese automaker, Honda Motor Co., admitted recently it under-reported to US safety regulators no less than 1,729 claims of injuries and deaths linked to crashes occurring in its ...
Report – Honda asking suppliers for help because of Takata airbag issue
According to a recent report coming from the Wall Street Journal, the Japanese automaker Honda has decided to open negotiations with two other safety equipment suppliers. The third-largest carmaker in Japan ...
US: Honda acknowledges it failed to comply with US law on Takata airbag issue
The Japanese automaker Honda Motor – the largest client of auto safety parts maker Takata Corp. – has announced it didn’t meet the law when it comes to dully informing ...
L.A. Auto Show: 2016 Honda HR-V
The 2016 Honda HR-V has made its debut recently in Los Angeles and the model in question will go on sale starting next year. Set to slot below the current CR-V ...
US: Takata representative called to testify before Senate committee
Do you remember the Senate committee hearings that GM CEO Mary Barra went through following the ignition switch recall debacle? Well, now another similar hearing will be held on Thursday, ...



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