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The recall includes 2018-2019 models of the BR-V, City, and Jazz, among others
The Japanese carmaker is recalling 3.4 million vehicles across the globe
Take note, Toyota owners: Toyota Motor Corporation has issued a massive global recall affecting 3.4 million vehicles.The Japanese carmaker says that this recall was due to a possible electronic defect that could cause airbags not to deploy in the event
Do you own this MPV?
Calling the attention of Mitsubishi Xpander owners in the Philippines: The Japanese car manufacturer has announced a recall of its hot-selling MPV due to issues with the vehicle's fuel pump.According to Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC), this recall applies to
Toyota Motor Philippines is already notifying owners of affected units
Are you the proud owner of a Toyota Rush? If yes, you're going to want to pay attention.Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has announced that it is recalling local units of its popular mini-SUV owing to a defect in the
Nothing to worry about, the company says
Suzuki Philippines has finally issued a statement regarding the all-new Jimny's recall in Japan, and according to the company, local owners of its popular off-roader have nothing to worry about."The recall campaign for the all-new Jimny is
Better safe than sorry
Still haven't had your Nissan's airbags checked? You probably should. Nissan Philippines is again calling on owners of select models to bring their units in for preventive maintenance. And yes, this is still stemming from the Takata fiasco a few
Do you have either model?
Do you own a Ford Ranger or Fiesta? If yes, then you might want to wait for further updates on an upcoming recall in the Philippines. This time, it's to address an issue with the two models' door latches.Ford Philippines
A heads-up to Subie owners out there
Earlier this month, Subaru issued a global recall for cars built between January 16, 2012, and May, 14 2013. The culprit, according to the Japanese car manufacturer, is potentially faulty valve springs in models like the Forester, the XV, the Legacy, the
640,000 units have already been recalled globally
Mazda owners, take note: The Philippines has not yet been included by the company in a global recall to address issues concerning the valve springs of its diesel vehicles.Bermaz Auto Philippines, the Japanese manufacturer's official local distributor, says it is
Better safe than sorry
Are there any owners of Honda vehicles made from 2001 to 2015 reading this? If you are, the Japanese carmaker needs you to bring your ride to a dealership for a quick checkup.Honda Cars Philippines (HCPI) is once again calling for
Is the PH affected?
This is not a good look for Toyota. According to a report by CNN, the Japanese carmaker has just announced a recall for the Prius, Prius plug-in hybrid, and C-HR because of fire risks. The scale? About one million cars
Is your unit affected?
Heads-up, Mazda owners. Bermaz Auto Philippines, the Japanese carmaker's official local distributor, has announced a recall of specific Mazda models to have their Takata airbag inflators replaced.The company says this "preventive safety measure" has been ongoing since December 2016,
Get your unit checked now
Last December, Honda Cars Philippines (HCPI) issued a recall for nearly 200,000 units over a possible airbag issue. Now, it's announced another recall for a further 10,461 units for a similar problem. Safety is clearly a top priority for
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
Included are the City, Jazz and Civic
Honda Cars Philippines (HCPI) is urging owners of select models to bring in their vehicles to the nearest dealership for a 'voluntary safety recall.' The issue? A suspected defect in the driver side airbag's inflator.Possibly affected are the following models
A Motion for Reconsideration has been filed
Just when you thought you'd seen the last of this infamous acronym, it comes back when you least expect it. Last month the Department of Trade and Industry released a directive about the 2010-2015 Montero Sport (automatic variant), and ruled
Better safe than sorry
Official BMW distributor Asian Carmakers Corporation (ACC) is calling for owners of select models of the German brand to get in touch with their dealerships regarding what the company calls a "technical upgrade campaign."The campaign entails a free, two-part "complimentary
Yes. One car
Nobody's perfect. Recalls can and do happen every so often. Usually it stems from sort of manufacturing defect or a fault that only reveals itself after some time. When it's issued, a recall can affect a number of vehicles depending
The forthcoming CX-3 is not affected
No one likes a recall; not the manufacturer, and certainly not the car owner. But it happens, and how an automobile brand deals with the situation can be a reflection of its concern for its customers.According to The Wall Street Journal,
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
Find out which vehicles are affected
Looks like the Takata airbag saga is far from over. Nissan Philippines is recalling several of its vehicle models due to possible airbag defects.The recall, which the company is calling a preventive service campaign, will assess the cars' airbags and perform
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