GM, Ford, VW, Toyota among automakers providing up to $130 million for Takata's U.S. settlementFeb. 14
Takata, U.S. government tangle over victim paymentsFeb. 13
Airbag supplier Takata and the U.S. government have agreed how to divvy up $850 million in restitution payments to automakers, but the two still are debating in court over which victims will receive the remaining $125 million.
Ford, Mazda expand 'do not drive' warning to additional pickupsFeb. 12
Ford is expanding a warning to another 33,000 owners of older Rangers in North America not to drive them until they get repairs because of a potentially defective Takata airbag inflator; Mazda is issuing a similar expansion for about 1,800 2006 B-series pickups.
Takata, injured drivers reach deal that will likely end U.S. bankruptcyFeb. 11
Ford urges 2,900 pickup owners to stop driving after new Takata deathJan. 11
Toyota expands U.S. Takata airbag recall to 600,000 more vehiclesJan. 9
U.S. judge clears Takata to seek creditor vote on bankruptcy planJan. 4
Honda says ruptured Takata airbag led to death in LouisianaDec. 19, 2017
Honda took the appropriate actionDec. 18, 2017
Takata recalls are improving, industry notesDec. 18, 2017
Honda goes the extra mile to close out airbag recallsDec. 11, 2017
It took a while for Honda to recognize the scope of its problem with bad Takata airbag inflators, but since it did, the company has led the way in finding affected vehicles and getting their owners to come in for repairs.