Coda Automotive has recently announced a recall for its electric sedans in the United States because of a problem with the side curtain airbags which may not deploy in case of an impact.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 78 units of the 2012 Coda Automotive electric sedans in the United States are being affected by this problem and owners of this model will have to take a trip back to the dealers soon. The NHTSA is saying that the recall has been announced because of a problem with the side curtain airbags in the Coda Automotive electric sedans, which may not deploy in case of an impact, increasing the risk of injury.
“The side curtain airbags may not have been properly installed which could cause them to not deploy as intended. In the event of a crash, the side curtain airbags may fail to deploy as intended, increasing the risk of a crash”, as the NHTSA is saying in its recalls summary of the problem.
Coda Automotive said that no incidents of injuries or crashes have been reported yet related to this recall but owners should be aware that there is a potential harm risk with the side curtain airbags. Owners are advised to contact Coda Automotive at 1-855-464-2632.