Audi recalled over 62,000 vehicles from the 2000 to 2002 model-years to replace defective Takata airbags that pose a risk of injury or death.
Volvo recalled S60 and S80 sedans from the 2001-2003 model-years in hot and humid regions after metal shrapnel from an air bag killed a driver last year.
Takata is recalling 10 million replacement air bag inflators in the U.S. because they can explode and shoot deadly pieces of metal.
Honda Motor Corp. has announced plans to recall about 1.2 million Honda and Acura vehicles to replace faulty Takata airbag inflators which can explode without warning, severely injuring and even killing occupants inside the cab.
Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is recalling nearly 84,000 subcompact Mirage cars in the U.S. because of a wiring problem that may cause the airbags to fail during a crash.
Honda has confirmed that an 12th person in the United States has been killed by an exploding Takata airbag, but this time the death was not the result of a car crash — he was fixing the car.
Over 65% of the 46.2 million recalled Takata airbags have not been fixed since the repairs began in 2015, according to Senator Bill Nelson in Florida. He is urging automakers to pick up the pace on making replacements and warning...
A woman who nearly died when her airbag exploded after a minor traffic accident has filed a lawsuit seeking over $1 million from Takata and Honda.