The Toyota Corolla Altis has been recalled in many countries owing to a faulty airbag inflator.
Toyota has announced that it is recalling a total of 2.9 million units of the Corolla Altis in markets such as Japan, China, Oceania and some other regions including India. The reason for this recall is the potentially faulty airbag inflators from Takata.
In India, 23,000 Corolla Altis are being recalled and the affected vehicles have been manufactured between 2010 and 2012. Toyota will inform customers about the recall and the affected vehicles will be repaired at Toyota authorised service stations free of cost.
Global transport authorities have stated that the Takata airbag inflator containing chemical compound ammonium nitrate is unsafe if used without a drying agent.
Toyota Corolla Altis Recalled
– 23,000 units of the Corolla Altis have been affected in India
– The vehicles will be repaired free of cost
– A total of 100 million airbags have been withdrawn globally