Honda Motor Co. said a driver died last week after a Takata airbag exploded during a crash in Malaysia, potentially raising the number of deaths directly caused by the faulty airbags to 16 worldwide. The latest incident occurred Sept. 24 in the southern Malaysian state of Johor and involved a 2009 Honda City. That particular model was part of a Takata airbag recall Honda initiated in Malaysia last year, but the recall repairs had not been performed on the vehicle. The passenger-side airbag did not rupture, Honda said. The Tokyo-based airbag manufacturer has recalled about 100 million airbag units around ... Read More
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