It appears like recall woes won't end for vehicles equipped with Takata airbags. Japanese car makers Nissan, Honda and Toyota have opened the gates again, to add millions of vehicles to the long list of recalled vehicles with Takata airbags.
Reuters reported that Toyota Motor Corp and Nissan Motor Co would be taking back 6.5 million vehicles globally to the workshops. While Toyota's recall would include models like Corolla, Vitz and others that were manufactured between March 2003 and November 2007, Nissan would call back about 1.56 million cars. Many of Toyota's recall would be in Japan and Europe, with 1.36 million vehicles estimated in Japan alone. However, both the car makers maintained that no causalities or accidents have been reported so far, and the latest recall is for investigation.
The details of Honda vehicle recalls are scanty at this point of time; however the company said that it is also preparing for additional recall of vehicles to fix the problem with Takata Corp's airbags.