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Takata Airbag Recall to Include Over a Million More Cars

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News video: Takata Airbag Recall to Include Over a Million More CarsThe Takata airbag inflator recall continues to grow as automakers add more models to their list of affected vehicles. Ford and Toyota are the latest. Ford recently added another 816,000 vehicles to their growing list of cars containing faulty airbag inflators. The latest include the Ford Mustang and GT, the Fusion, Ranger, Edge, and three vehicles from Lincoln and Mercury, including the Zephyr, MKX, and Milan. Toyota added another 543,000 vehicles to their own growing list.

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