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US: filling shows Takats airbag debacle could reach GM


Two companies held the headlines this year when it comes to safety concerned recalls: Japan’s Takata and the No. 1 US automaker General Motors. The troubles of the two groups have been well documented: the latter has reached almost 30 million vehicles with its recall campaigns this year, while Takata has seen millions of cars recalled – some of them twice ...
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GM and Toyota recalls could be surpassed by Takata’s airbag issues
At least 10 million vehicles were recalled by Toyota back in 2009 and 2010 for the “unintended acceleration” issue and so far GM has made 67 separate recall actions with ...
Airbag recalls lead to record Takata loss
The Japanese auto safety parts producer, one of the largest in the world, has forecasted it would lose a record amount in 2014 as the callbacks mount. Automakers have already ...
Recall roundup: Nissan vehicles for Takata airbag inflators
Nissan has issued a recall involving several vehicles because of the faulty Takata airbag inflators. The newest car manufacturer to be affected by the faulty Takata airbag inflators is Nissan which ...
Recall roundup: Faulty Takata inflators affecting Mazda6 and RX-8 vehicles
Mazda has officially announced a series of recalls for its vehicles because of the faulty Takata airbag inflators, which are affecting the Mazda6 and the RX-8. The North American division of ...
Mitsubishi recall for Takata airbag problems
The Japanese based automaker Mitsubishi has recently joined the Takata airbag recalls which are already affecting several major car manufacturers across the globe. Things aren’t going to well for Mitsubishi these ...
Takata books another loss on airbag debacle
Takata Corp, the second largest auto safety parts supplier in the world, has announced it would incur a loss of around 45 billion yen ($440 million) in the April-June quarter ...
Recall roundup: BMW 3-Series E46 for Takata airbag inflators
A new recall has been announced by BMW and it involves the 3-Series E46 models because of a problem with the Takata airbag inflators. According to the German based automaker, there ...
Recall roundup: Several Subaru vehicles for Takata airbag inflators
The Japanese based automaker Subaru has announced a recall for several of its models because of the Takata airbag inflators. Units such as the Legacy, the Outback, the Baja, the Impreza, ...
Takata problems could extend to Subaru, Mitsubishi cars
Takata Corporation announced that it potentially distributed defective airbag inflators to another set of Japanese automakers, this time being in question the cars of Subaru and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. The Japanese ...

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