Toyota Cyprus to recall 80 cars for checks.
Toyota Cyprus said on Wednesday it would recall and check 80 cars following the announcement by Japan'sToyotaMotor Corp that it would recall more than 3.3million cars worldwide over possible defects involving airbags and emissions control units.
The automakeron Wednesdaysaid it was recalling 2.87 million cars over a possible fault in emissions control units. That followed an announcement lateon Tuesdaythat 1.43 million cars needed repairs over a separate issue involving air bag inflators.
Some of the automaker's gasoline-electric hybrid Prius models contain both of the potential defects, taking the total number of vehicles affected by the recalls to 3.37 million. No injuries have been linked to either issue.
"We will contact the owners of these cars and we will check the vehicles and if a fault is detected we will replace these parts," marketing manager of Toyota Cyprus Demetris Melanthiou told the Cyprus Mail.
He added that this was being done as a precaution.
"The aim is to offer the best possible service to the company's clients," Melanthiou said.
Toyotaon Wednesdaysaid evaporative fuel emissions control units in models produced from 2006 to 2015 including the Prius, Auris compact hatchback and its popular Corolla models were prone to cracks, which could expand over time and lead to fuel leaks.
Lateon Tuesdayit recalled Prius models and Lexus CT200h cars made from 2010 to 2012 over air bag inflators that could have a small crack in a weld, which could lead to the separation of the inflator chambers.
The inflator, which was not supplied by troubled maker Takata Corp, could partially inflate and enter the vehicle interior, increasing the risk of injury,Toyotasaid.
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|Date:||Jun 29, 2016|
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