Honda Recalls 20 Million More Takata Airbags

Posted: May 9 2016, 9:26am CDT | by , Updated: May 9 2016, 9:44pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Honda Recalls 20 Million More Takata Airbags
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Honda Motors Company to take back innumerable Takata airbags.

The Honda Motors Company has made a tough decision yet it is not one of self-sabotage. It has been undertaken in its own favor. The huge vehicle firm will recall 20 million more of its Takata airbags, reported Reuters.

These are made by the Takata Corporation. In the capacity of safety features, these airbags were found to be faulty and they will be recalled from major regions such as the United States, Europe, Asia, Oceania and Latin America.

The orders came from the US branch of the parent company. The airbags were said to be liabilities that would lead to fatalities.

Honda has had approximately half of its airbags declared as faulty. Although it has not announced any more recalls, there seem to be more uptake of these airbags.

This is written in the stars for Honda. The Takata airbags may explode anytime leaving the car owners and passengers with metal shrapnel flying at top speeds towards them.

There have already been less than a dozen deaths in the United States. Meanwhile, in Asia there has been one casuality along with a hundred severely injured people. This calls for emergency measures. In the future some 30 to 50 million airbags are likely to be recalled by Honda Motors.

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