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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,
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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
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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
The company promises swift action
No company, big or small, likes to be involved in a scandal-especially when it's their own people who are at fault. To steel manufacturer Kobe Steel's credit, it broke the news of its latest hiccup with typical Japanese humility
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
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