Toyota has recalled 3.37 million cars worldwide over possible defects involving airbags and emissions control units. Graham Mackay reports
Toyota's recall nightmare continues... The Japanese carmaker on Wednesday announcing it's calling back nearly three million vehicles worldwide - for possible airbag defects and problems that could lead to fuel leaks. That's on top of almost 1-and-a-half million other recalls announced for a separate airbag issue on Tuesday. The company says Prius, Aurus and Corolla models from 2006 to 2015 are prone to cracks that could eventually leak fuel. Some of the Prius models have that problem and potentially faulty airbags as well. The hybrids, along with Lexus CT200s from 2010 to 2012 are being recalled because their airbags run the risk of partially inflating by accident. So far, no injuries have been reported from any of the models that are being called back.