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A guide to the key things consumers need to know about the massive Takata airbag recall, impacting millions of vehicles, made by several different automotive brands.
Approximately 34 million vehicles are currently under recall for approximately 46 million defective Takata air bags that can explode when the air bag deploys, causing ...
Takata is one of the world’s leading suppliers of airbag systems, helping to protect people who ride in all types of vehicles. Takata airbags are high-performance and meet or exceed the legal regulations of countries around the world and the stringent requirements of the automakers.
On November 18, 2014, the NHTSA ordered Takata to initiate a nationwide airbag recall. The action came as 10 automakers in the U.S. recalled hundreds of thousands of cars equipped with potentially faulty air bags manufactured by Takata. As of May 19, 2015, Takata is now responsible for the largest auto recall in history.
A complete list of all the models outfitted with the defective airbags.
Vehicles affected by Japanese auto supplier Takata's air bag recall will continue to receive repairs despite the company's bankruptcy filing Sunday.
Japan's Takata was brought down by the huge cost of its exploding airbag crisis. The company's faulty airbag inflators, which can blast shrapnel into drivers and passengers, have resulted in the recall of tens of millions of vehicles and been linked to 11 deaths in the U.S. and several others elsewhere.
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