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Recall roundup: BMW X5 for airbag problems


BMW has recently issued a recall for the X5 full-sized SUV because of a problem with its airbags. The German based automaker BMW has recalled up to 1.6 million 3-Series models, from the E46 generation, because of some airbag problems and now, just when we thought that things are looking good for the brand, a new call has been announced. This ...
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