3-series BMW’s such as this one could be affected by Tuesday’s announcement that air bag maker Takata has agreed to a record-setting recall of 34 million vehicles whose air bags could expand with too much force. So far, more than 100 people have been hurt worldwide and six have been killed.
3-series BMW’s such as this one could be affected by Tuesday’s announcement that air bag maker Takata has agreed to a record-setting recall of 34 million vehicles whose air bags could expand with too much force. So far, more than 100 people have been hurt worldwide and six have been killed. David Zalubowski PHOTOGRAPH BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
3-series BMW’s such as this one could be affected by Tuesday’s announcement that air bag maker Takata has agreed to a record-setting recall of 34 million vehicles whose air bags could expand with too much force. So far, more than 100 people have been hurt worldwide and six have been killed. David Zalubowski PHOTOGRAPH BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Takata agrees to double U.S. air bag recall to 34 million cars

May 19, 2015 04:24 PM