Toyota and Subaru Recall Sports Cars Due to Misprint in Manual
There a lot of enthusiasts out there that have been waiting to get their hands on the Scion FR-S and the Subaru BRZ sports cars. Both of these cars are mechanically identical save a few styling cues and are being joint marketed between Subaru and Toyota. The cars are roughly the size of the Mazda Miata and have rear wheel drive.
Toyota and Subaru announced a recall on the vehicles today that affects 1156 Scion FR-S cars and 1600 Subaru BRZs. The recall has nothing to do with safety dangers are defective materials. Rather the vehicles are being recalled because the owner's manual has an improper description of the passenger side airbag. Exactly what's improper about the description is unknown.
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