Toyota recalls 7129 units of Corolla in India to fix airbags - onmanorama

New Delhi: Japanese car giant Toyota is recalling 7,129 units of its executive sedan Corolla in India to fix faulty passenger side airbags as part of a global exercise. The company, present in India through a joint venture with the Kirloskar group, said the units being recalled were manufactured between April 2007 and July 2008. "As an expansion of the existing service campaign held voluntarily by Toyota... In addition to that, few vehicles manufactured between June 2008 and July 2008 fall under the '7 year mandate' of voluntary recall code and for the same, TKM will initiate a voluntary Recall to inspect and rectify the vehicles, it added. In 2013, Toyota had recalled a select lot of Corolla sold in India as part of its global recall of 17. 3 lakh vehicles to rectify defective airbags. Last week, Nissan announced a recall of around 12,000 units of various models, including mid-sized sedan Sunny and small car Micra, manufactured between June 2013 and March 2015 in India as part of its global campaign to rectify engine switches... Source: