Daimler said today the idea will recall 840,000 cars United States with inflatable airbag Takata which can be flawed, a move of which will lead to a charge of 340 million euros ($ 383.96 million).
[said Daimler she decided to recall about 705,000 Mercedes-Benz cars along with about 136,000 vehicles Daimler. The company did not immediately respond to a question about who will be being recalled types.
, Takata Corp., said last month the idea announced one more 5100000 inflatable defective after a completely new test after the driver killed in December in a Ford Ranger 2006 after tearing the airbag.
inflatable Takata can explode that has a lot of force along with spray metal fragments inside passenger compartments of the auto. They are linked to at least 10 deaths worldwide, along with more than 100 wounded, the United States. So far, 14 have pointed automakers around 24 million vehicles the United States, where he attended about 28 million Takata air bag inflatable.
Takata various other automakers participating inside recent expansion of said include Honda Motor Co., Volkswagen Group’s Audi unit, along with Mazda Motor of America Honda Motor Co., BMW along with Saab.
2230000 Honda has recalled vehicles inside United States to expand the latter Takata. Ford has recalled 361,000 trucks Ranger along with Mazda called to nearly 20, 000 2004-2006 B- series trucks.
Daimler profits hit
[said Daimler she will represent the cost inside fiscal year results for 2015. The statement said full-year net profit will drop to 8.7 billion euros, will be the Group’s profit before interest along with tax will be € 13.2 billion.
in December, named the US administration on the National Highway Traffic Safety roads former official at the Justice Department as a monitor to help regulators oversee one of the largest along with most complex safety recall inside history of the automobile industry inside United States.
US regulators fined Takata $ 70 million in November. Supplier faces an ongoing investigation the US Department of Justice.
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