Takata Airbags information for Second-hand vehicle dealers.

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Nissan Australia has released a guide to assist Licensed Vehicle Dealer members comply with the requirements of the Takata Airbag Inflators and Specified Spare Parts Recall Notice 2018.

John Galvin, Senior Manager Product Engineering with Nissan Motor Co (Australia) Pty Ltd has requested that the MTA distribute this advice to members.

To access Nissan Australia's Takata Airbag Recall (Second-Hand Vehicle Guide for non-franchise used vehicle dealers), click here.

Nissan Australia is not the only manufacturer assisting automotive businesses with the recall, with Mitsubishi Motors Australia also releasing a list of affected vehicles and their associated VIN numbers earlier in the year. The industry is seeing a positive reaction from manufacturers in regards to the ongoing Takata Airbags Compulsory Recall which is pleasing to see.

The MTA will continue to update members on changes or news in regards to the Takata Airbags Recall.

If you have any queries in relation to the Takata Airbags Recall, do not hesitate to contact the MTA’s Industry Engagement Specialist’s Nathan Groves or Paul Back. To contact Nathan, click here. To contact Paul, click here.