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The driver of a 2002 Honda Accord suffered serious injuries following the rupture of a faulty Takata airbag inflator during an accident in Las Vegas last month. According to Honda, the inflator had most likely been salvaged from a junkyard, as opposed to being installed by a professional.
Takata has recalled nearly 34 million airbags, the largest automotive recall ever. With more consumers than ever now looking for an airbag fix, how could this recall impact your dealership?
Honda is launching an Ad campaign aimed at airbag recalls. With the Takata airbag recall numbers not as high as desired, Honda is using newspapers, social media and radio to get the word out.
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2014 was a year in which General Motors seemed to always be in the news for the wrong reasons. The automaker made headlines all year due to complications with a hefty recall. GM recalled 20 different vehicle models made between 2007 and 2014. A faulty ignition switch was potentially responsible for 42 deaths and 58 […]
Tesla Motors was among the topics of discussion during the Detroit Economic Club Luncheon in Dearborn, MI. AutoNation chairman and CEO Mike Jackson spoke freely about the California-based electric car company. He began his remarks speaking out against the bill that we reported on previously, which ensured that Tesla could not sell direct-to-consumers in Michigan. […]
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In its initial report, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave out inaccurate information about a large Takata airbag recall. The very organization that is typically responsible for informing the public about safety risks associated with factory recalls missed the mark by around three million vehicles. Reports indicate that around 30 million vehicles nationwide may […]
General Motors initially reported in the spring of 2014 that the faulty ignition switch in some of their vehicles had been linked to 13 deaths. On September 15, that number rose to 19 and gave rise to speculation of how high it might go. It all started with an initial lawsuit against GM over the […]