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Nissan recalls more than 54,000 cars, cites air bag problem

Nissan North America says the recall affects the 2012 Nissan Versa vehicles.

U.S. auto recalls hit record high 53.2 million in 2016

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Automakers recalled a record 53.2 million vehicles in 2016 in the United States after a massive expansion of the callback to replace Takata Corp air bag inflators, the U.S...
Reuters India

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News video: Car Jump and Crash into Car

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A guy drives off a small jump with his car; but when he lands; he loses control of the car and crashes into another car parked on the grass.
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News video: Automakers settle Takata claim, and other MoneyWatch headlines

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Car makers to pay $553M in air bag case; proposed White House budget cuts Medicaid spending; FCC votes to repeal net neutrality rules. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch..
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News video: Fiat Chrysler Recalls 1.25 Million Trucks

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCHA.MI) said Friday it would recall more than 1.25 million pickup trucks worldwide to address a software error linked to reports of one crash death and two injuries. The..
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News video: Video: Man disputes CARFAX claims over air bag deployment

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A Baltimore man said he's having trouble trading his vehicle because of a CARFAX report. He claims the information is wrong, but the I-Team learned CARFAX won't change it unless Baltimore City police..
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News video: Honda Blames Takata Airbag Inflator For Injuring Driver

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Honda Motor Co said a driver of an Accord was seriously injured after a faulty Takata air bag inflator ruptured during a crash in Las Vegas. The inflators can explode with excessive force and unleash..
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Takata expecting red ink from US air-bag recall fine

Takata Corp. , the Japanese manufacturer at the center of massive air bag recalls, reported today that fines in the US will push it into the red for the fiscal year through March.

GM recalls older sports cars to fix air bag sensor problem

General Motors is recalling 107,000 older sports cars worldwide because a faulty sensor can disable the front passenger air bag.

Takata to plead guilty Feb. 27: court documents

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Japan's Takata Corp is set to plead guilty Feb. 27 in federal court in Detroit to a single felony count of wire fraud to resolve a U.S. Justice Department investigation into..
Reuters India

Takata selects KSS as final bidder for restructuring deal - sources

TOKYO (Reuters) - A steering committee for Takata Corp has selected U.S.-based auto parts supplier Key Safety Systems as the final bidder to extend financial support for the Japanese air bag maker,..
Reuters India

BMW to recall 230,117 vehicles that may have Takata air bags

REUTERS - Germany's BMW said on Friday it would recall 230,117 cars and sport utility vehicles in the United States that may have been fitted with faulty air-bag inflators made by Takata Corp.
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Takata shares lose nearly half their value in less than a week

TOKYO (Reuters) - Takata Corp's shares have lost nearly half their value in less than a week, hit by a report that bidders are seeking a court-mediated turnaround for the embattled Japanese air bag..
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Nikkei falls to near 6-week low on strong yen; Honda tumbles

TOKYO, Jan 17 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei fell to its lowest level in more than a month on Tuesday as a strong yen soured sentiment, while shares of Honda tumbled after it said an air bag made by

Takata to plead guilty, pay $1 billion U.S. penalty over air bag defect

DETROIT/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Japan's Takata Corp on Friday agreed to plead guilty to criminal wrongdoing and to pay $1 billion to resolve a U.S. Justice Department investigation into ruptures of its..
Reuters India Also reported by •Sify

Takata to pay $1 billion to settle U.S. air bag probe - sources

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Japan's Takata Corp is expected to plead guilty to criminal wrongdoing as early as Friday as part of a $1 billion settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over its handling of..
Reuters India Also reported by •Sify

Odisha man nabbed for chopping up lover’s body

In a sickening tale of love gone wrong, a jealous lover is believed to have not only murdered his partner but severed her upper and lower body parts in order to avoid detection and dumped them in..

Takata mulls bankruptcy for U.S. unit, filing will take time - source

WASHINGTON/TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Takata Corp is considering a bankruptcy filing for its U.S. unit as the air bag maker looks for a sponsor to help pay for liabilities related to its faulty..
Reuters India

Takata shares halted on report U.S. unit preparing possible bankruptcy filing | Reuters

TOKYO Trading in shares of Takata Corp (7312.T) was halted on Friday after the Nikkei business daily reported the embattled Japanese auto parts maker was preparing for a possible bankruptcy filing for..

Automakers are responsible for Takata air bag recalls: NHTSA

REUTERS - The top U.S. vehicle safety regulator said on Wednesday that automakers have "ultimate responsibility" for the costs of replacing potentially deadly Takata Corp airbags, no matter what..
Reuters India

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