MELBOURNE – Nearly three million cars with potentially fatal airbags in Australia are recalled. It is the largest recall ever on the continent.
Until now would by the defective air bags worldwide 20 deaths, including one in Australia.
It comes to airbags from manufacturer Takata. Until now would by the defective air bags worldwide 20 deaths, including one in Australia. The airbag can during extreme heat explode, causing shards in the eye, the chest, face or neck of the motorists can drilling. That report Australian media.
On the list of cars that have been recalled are models from Toyota, Mazda, Honda, BMW, Chrysler, Lexus, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru, Ford, GM Holden, Mercedes Benz, Tesla, Jaguar, Land Rover, Volkswagen, Audi and Skoda.
Earlier this year, in the Netherlands already thousands of cars with similar airbags recalled.