Volvo is recalling more than 460,000 cars world word, over fears that older airbags could prove deadly in the case of a crash. The recall – over half of the vehicles for which were sold in the US – does not concern Volvo’s current line-up, but instead older cars with aging safety hardware.
In total, Volvo will recall 460,769 vehicles, the automaker confirmed today. 259,383 vehicles – including both S60 sedans and S80 sedans – were US cars.
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