Jaguar Land Rover has issued a recall this week for a trio of its Range Rover models in Australia.
Japan’s Takata Corporation has reportedly copped a US$1 billion hit to its bottom line following the ongoing airbag saga.
The Takata airbag saga shows no signs of slowing, with Honda the latest to expand its existing recalls in Australia.
Land Rover has issued two separate recalls for its Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque models, but each concerns the same area of the car.
Volvo has issued a recall in Australia this week, targeting six of its models over a potential problem with the airbags.
Australia’s Performax International has issued recalls this week for two of its US-sourced pickups.
Mercedes-Benz has issued a recall for its G-Class off-roader and ML SUV, due to a potential problem with the front passenger seat.
Nissan has revised its recall list for the ongoing Takata airbag saga, with new examples of the Navara pickup and Patrol 4WD now included.
Subaru Australia has this week added another 34,000 cars to its lengthy list of vehicles caught up in the Takata airbag saga.
Jeep has issued a recall for its Wrangler 4WD in Australia this week, due to potential problem with a safety sensor.