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GM Decides on $1.2 Billion Recall

GM Gives Way in Four-Year Airbag Battle

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The automaker, GM, has given way in a multi-year legal battle with NHTSA in the U.S. and issues a recall of vehicles costing an estimated $1.2 billion.

The giant U.S. automaker, General Motors, has brought to an end a four-year legal battle with the National Highways and Transport Safety Administration focusing on a dispute over airbags. The Takata manufacturer has been at the center of a massive recall including several major vehicle manufacturers that began in 2014. In 2016, General Motors was added to the manufacturers using Takata explosive canisters used to deploy airbags in case of a wreck. General Motors had argued its canisters were manufactured differently and posed no risk to the public.

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