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Nissan, Honda, Mazda Recall Nearly 3 Million Vehicles

by WSJ Live 3:53 mins

Nissan, Honda, Mazda Recall Nearly 3 Million Vehicles

by WSJ Live 3:53 mins

Honda, Nissan and Mazda are recalling nearly three million cars world-wide that are equipped with potentially faulty airbags from auto parts maker Takata, bringing the total to nearly 10 million over roughly five years. WSJ global autos editor Joe White reports on the News Hub.

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