Owners of certain Toyota vehicles, equipped with aftermarket seat heaters, will have to take their rides back to the dealers, as these could burst into flames. Announced by Southeast Toyota Distributors (SET), which is operating independently from the Japanese automaker, the recall will begin on July … read more
Further 485,000 Toyota vehicles have to recalled worldwide so their potentially faulty inflators made by Takata could be replaced.
Toyota announced this week it was forced to recall an extra 490,000 vehicles in Japan, China, Europe and other regions as well, following the recent expansion of the safety … read more
Corolla, Sienna and Lexus ES among popular models that need airbag replacement Toyota has expanded its Takata airbag recall campaign following a landmark announcement earlier in the month by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration that added 35 million to 40 million inflators to the … read more
The minivan segment might not be the most glamorous vehicle category, but you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more functional, practical, and economical ride when it comes to transporting seven of your closest friends and family. Yep, the minivan can haul people and their stuff in glorious comfort while … read more
Toyota is recalling 1,584,000 more cars in the U.S. as part of the expanded Takata airbag recall, the company said Monday.
The new total increases the affected Toyota, Scion, and Lexus models from 3,113,000 to 4,697,000. Several new models that were not previously recalled are now included, all for … read more
Earlier this month, we heard reports that Takata would soon expand the recall of its fatally flawed airbags by as many as 40 million devices. Without waiting for Takata to act, Honda quickly enlarged its recall by some 20 million.
Now, Toyota has announced its own expanded recall plan, affecting nearly … read more
Toyota has detailed its latest Takata recall expansions, affecting approximately 1.6 million vehicles sold in the US market.
The Japanese supplier was recently forced to recall all airbag inflators that employ ammonium nitrate without a desiccant to keep the chemical dry.
“According to Takata, a safety … read more
Defective Takata airbags have made Toyota expand its safety campaign with 1,584,000 additional vehicles in the United States. Based on recent information from both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Takata, Toyota says that in certain vehicles equipped with a particular type … read more
Toyota Motor Corp. will recall around 1.6 million additional units for front passenger side Takata airbag inflators for possible rupture.
Following demands from the U.S. regulators, Takata Corp. announced earlier this month that it added to its recall another 35-40 million U.S. defective inflators, … read more
WASHINGTON — Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling almost 1.6 million additional U.S. vehicles for front passenger side Takata airbag inflators that could rupture.
Earlier this month, Takata Corp. said it was declaring another 35 million to 40 million U.S. inflators defective at the urging of U.S. regulators, … read more