Takata airbag recall adds 1.1m cars to Australian list More than a million extra vehicles have been added to a compulsory recall list in Australia over potentially deadly airbags. SBS on May 27, 2018
More than 1 million cars added to Takata airbag recall The consumer watchdog has published a revised list of vehicles with potentially deadly Takata airbags. Brisbane Times on May 27, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Is GM foot dragging on air bag recall?
Takata airbag recall is the largest recall in auto industry history, but GM hasn't recalled their vehicles which are equipped with the airbags. In fact, GM is asking to be exempted from the recall.
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Car brands join forces to bring awareness to Takata airbag recall TMR on May 2, 2018
Toyota models affected by Takata airbag recall recalled again There are concerns that some replacement airbags won't inflate in the event of an accident. Brisbane Times on March 31, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age What the compulsory Takata airbag car recall means for you An American car crash victim had injuries that looked like she'd been stabbed in the neck. It's those kinds of stories behind the Takata airbag recall. Brisbane Times on February 28, 2018 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald • The Age
Toyota Issues Airbag Recall Notice TMR on February 11, 2018
Subaru Adds To Takata Airbag Recall TMR on November 13, 2017
FCAI Takes Aim At ACCC Handling Of Takata Airbag Recall TMR on October 25, 2017 Honda Deploys Graphic Letter To Airbag Recall Owners In A Bid For Action TMR on October 10, 2017
ACCC Looks To Unprecedented Action In Takata Airbag Recall TMR on September 22, 2017
Faulty airbags: Is your car affected by the Takata recall? Toyota, Honda and BMW are just some of the car manufacturers affected by the Takata airbag recall. SBS on July 24, 2017
Darwin woman almost killed by faulty Takata airbag subjected to worldwide recall An Australian woman is fighting for life after becoming the first local victim of a global airbag recall crisis that has left drivers with gruesome injuries. Brisbane Times on April 29, 2017 Also reported by • Sydney Morning Herald