Takata Airbag Recall: List of All Affected Vehicles (July 2018)

The Takata airbag crisis has become so huge that a big reminder is needed, so this article gives access to a list of all of the different types of vehicle affected.  Check the list for yours, today!

Photograph of a car that has just been in a collision. The airbags have inflated but are now in the process of deflating, and the car's two occupants are still in their seats, stunned.
This photo was taken no more than 2 seconds after the collision that triggered the airbags, which are now in the process of deflating. The driver and his passenger are still in the car, stunned. Possibly through distraction, the car driver had just collided with the back of a stationary truck — not an “accident,” an act of negligence; a collision. Copyright image.

The list has been published by Yahoo Finance.  Please note that we at Advanced Drivers of North America have merely posted this link for your information and we accept no responsibility whatsoever for the completeness or accuracy of the list.  See the list here.

For more information about airbag safety, go to the ‘Search…‘ box, on the right, just below the top/header photograph on any of our web pages and enter the word airbag.  In particular, there is some significant information on airbag safety and why the modern, unfounded advice to use an ‘8 and 4’ steering grip is actually bad advice, in the article: NHTSA Gives Very Poor Advice on Safe Steering for Drivers.

Do we need to mention that on our ADoNA defensive and advanced driving courses, our primary goal is to teach corporate drivers how to avoid having collisions in the first place?  (But the recalls are still important!)  🙂

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Author: EddieWren

Eddie Wren is the CEO and Chief Instructor at Advanced Drivers of North America. His driver safety background is given at: http://www.advanceddrivers.com/ceochief-instructors-resumecvbio/

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