More vehicles have been recalled in Japan since April than in any year previously, largely due to potentially fatal Takata Corp. air bag inflators, the government said Thursday.
A total of 10,292,339 cars were recalled in connection with 131 cases reported to the transport ministry between April 1 and Sept. 3, surpassing the roughly 9.5 million vehicles recalled for all of fiscal 2014.
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