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Nissan said it would recall 198,000 units worldwide, while Mitsubishi also said it would call back 120,000 vehicles. Airbags made by Japanese parts maker Takata have sparked a global recall crisis for many automakers.Toyota alone says a total 12.66 million units are now affected, but Honda, Japan's number three automaker, has been the hardest hit, with more than 19 million vehicles recalled globally. Also Read - Takata's President Stefan Stocker Resigns over Airbag Scandal
Tokyo-based Takata last month agreed to double a US recall to a record more than 30 million vehicles made by some of the world's biggest automakers. The defect — thought to be linked to a chemical propellant that helps inflate the airbags — can cause them to deploy with explosive force, sending metal shrapnel hurtling toward drivers and passengers.