If you're the fast and furious type, important news. On Thursday four Japanese automakers announced the recall of 3.4 million vehicles due to defective airbags that could injure passengers by failing to deflate and setting on fire. Among the automakers included are Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co.—meaning that popular models like the Camry and Corolla, made post-2000, are at risk. It's the largest ever airbag recall for Takata, the second-biggest supplier in the world. As of yet, no deaths have been blamed on the faulty airbags.
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