German car manufacturer BMW has ordered a recall of some models in Australia, the US and Japan, after safety authorities identified a fault in the Takata airbags on these vehicles that could lead to death or serious injury.
Toyota has denied that it is waiting until customers contact it before sending out letters to inform them of the status of replacement of defective airbags, telling iTWire that claims made in an article published recently are incorrect.
Toyota does not appear to be issuing notices to its customers who have cars with defective Takata airbags – until the customers themselves contact the company.
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