Takata Update: Deadly Incidents Continue as Automakers Struggle to Meet Takata Recall Repair Deadlines

Despite fast-approaching government deadlines to replace deadly and defective Takata airbag inflators, automakers have yet to achieve acceptable recall completion rates.  The Center for Auto Safety recommends that all consumers check the NHTSA VIN Recall Lookup to determine whether their vehicle is subject to these recalls.


Who Will Pay for Takata’s Future Victims? – 8/11/17

AP Analysis: Most automakers slow to fix dangerous air bags – 8/1/17

Takata air bag inflator ruptures in Florida crash that killed driver – 7/27/17

Driver likely killed by defective Takata airbag in Sydney crash, police say – 7/21/17

Man Killed By Takata Airbag While Working On A Honda – 7/11/17


List of Known Victims of Takata Airbag Inflators – 8/1/17

Most Recent Takata Recall Completion Data – 6/23/17


Thune and Nelson Press Department of Transportation for Takata Recall Update – 6/2/17

Senate Commerce Letter to DOT Secretary Chao: Takata Recall Completion – 6/2/17

NHTSA Response to Senate Commerce Committee – 7/7/17


For more information on Takata Airbag Inflator recalls, visit the Center’s Takata Information Page