Heads-up!
Nissan Philippines is urging some of its customers to bring in their cars for repairs because of defective Takata airbags. The company is calling this a part of a "global service campaign" for a handful of its vehicles, and the following models
Which models exactly?
The Takata airbag saga has been an intriguing series of events since it first broke out. The soap opera-like controversy has affected some 10 major car brands and a total of 7.8 million vehicles in the US alone.The latest
It wasn't a big surprise, honestly
In what was supposed to be a surprise statement on Monday, Honda Motor Company CEO Takanobu Ito announced his resignation, making way for an interim CEO.Since taking over Honda in 2009, Ito, a long-time engineer and executive in Honda's
For redesigned CR-V and next-gen Odyssey and Accord
Honda will reportedly not use Takata airbags for the next-generation Accord midsize sedan, which is due to go on sale in August 2017. Instead, the Japanese carmaker will use airbags made by Takata rival Toyoda Gosei. This marks the first time
Hopes to regain public's confidence
With a recall affecting approximately 7.8 million cars spread across 10 brands of vehicles manufactured between 2002 and 2008, safety equipment manufacturer Takata has released an open letter to the public, signed by its chairman and chief executive Shigehisa Takada. In
Top 2 brands affected by recall
Following the massive recall of vehicles--which numbered 7.8 million vehicles as of October-- that were equipped with defective airbags manufactured by Takata, two Japanese carmakers have independently called for an industry-wide, third-party test related to the issue "in
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