Nissan and Toyota recall 6.5 million cars due to potentially faulty airbags

Child seats manufactured by Takata Corp are displayed at a Toyota Motor Corp's showroom in Tokyo.
Child seats manufactured by Takata Corp are displayed at a Toyota Motor Corp's showroom in Tokyo.
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Nissan and Toyota are recalling 6.5m cars globally due to potentially faulty airbag inflators made by Takata, it has been announced today.

Just under five million cars are being recalled by Toyota, including the Corolla, Vitz and other models made between March 2003 and November 2007, the car giant has said.

Nissan, which has a factory in Sunderland, is recalling about 1.56m cars due to the same issue.

Toyota and Nissan said the recall was for ‘investigative purposes’ and no accidents or injuries have been reported.

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