Toyota to Recall 23,157 Cars in India Over Airbag Issue
The recalled Corolla Altis sedans were manufactured between January 2010 and December 2012 in India.
2017 Toyota Corolla Altis. Representative Image. (Image: Toyota)
Toyota Motor Corp will recall 23,157 units of the Corolla Altis luxury sedan in India because of ongoing issues with airbags manufactured by Takata Corp, the company's local unit said in a statement on Thursday.
The recalled Corolla Altis sedans were manufactured between January 2010 and December 2012 in India, the Japanese car maker said.
Toyota launched the latest version of its global sedan - Corolla Altis back in March. The New Corolla Altis sports newly styled grille, LED headlamps, LED DRLs along with 16.0 Alloy Wheels. The interior space comes with newly designed Instrument Panel with Soft Touch Dashboard and Flaxen interior colour.
Toyota had also launched an 'Aero' version of the Altis in 2012 as a limited edition. Given the dates of manufacturing of those, Corolla Altis Aero might also face the mentioned issue with the airbags.
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