BMW of North America has recalled 26 2014 MINI Cooper models, citing an airbag issue that may compromise the safety of passengers.
A defective front passenger airbag has been detected in certain 2014 MINI Cooper models. “The affected vehicles may have been manufactured with an airbag inflator that was not assembled correctly. This could cause the airbag to not deploy properly in the event of an accident. If the airbag deploys improperly, the seat occupant may be at an increased risk of injury.”
The MINI Coopers in question were built between February 2, 2014 and March 30, 2014.
The airbag supplier is Takata. The recall is expected to begin this month and front passenger airbags can be replaced at dealerships. Questions can be directed to BMW at 1-800-525-7417.
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