Future Takata airbag recalls

As part of the compulsory recall of vehicles with Takata airbags, the list below shows vehicles that are not yet under active recall, but will be subject to future recalls by their manufacturers. This list will be updated from time to time.

The list of vehicles that have already been recalled is at: Takata airbag recalls list

If your vehicle is affected by a future recall, please ensure that the manufacturer has your current contact details. They will contact you when it is time to have your airbag replaced. We also recommend subscribing to receive updates about current and future recalls.

Recall initiation schedules

Last updated: 6 November 2019

Make and model

Model year

Recall initiation date

Geographic
location
[1]

VIN list

Other factors,
if applicable [2]

No models found.

Note: This list will be updated as suppliers initiate recalls. Information relating to vehicles under active recall can be accessed at: Takata airbag recalls list

Nissan

Nissan Navara D22 (Thai built)

2008-2012

15 November 2019

QLD, WA, NT

 

Passenger side

Nissan Navara D22 (Thai built)

2008-2012

20 January 2020

ACT, TAS, NSW, VIC, SA

 

Passenger side

[1] Priority factors, including geographic location

Vehicle manufacturers must recall and replace defective Takata airbag inflators as quickly as possible in accordance with certain priority factors, which are:

  • geographical location of the vehicle in Australia, with first priority given to vehicles in areas of high heat and humidity
  • age of the vehicle, with first priority given to vehicles older than 6 years, and
  • location of the airbag inflator, with first priority given to driver side inflators.

Due to the large number of vehicles affected by the recall, risk-based scheduling of replacement airbags is necessary as some suppliers need time to develop, test and manufacture new replacement parts. The ACCC is working with vehicle manufacturers to obtain the replacement parts as quickly as possible.

See: FAQ on priority factors

[2] Other factors, including second recall of a ‘like for like’ replacement

Due to the large number of vehicles affected, risk-based scheduling of replacement airbags is necessary as some suppliers need time to develop, test and manufacture new replacement parts. While these replacement parts are being produced, some suppliers have used recently manufactured (‘like for like’) Takata airbag inflators as an interim measure for occupant safety. These airbags must be replaced by December 2020 to ensure long term safety.

See: FAQ on like-for-like replacements

Contact

Vehicle manufacturer helplines & contact details

More information

About the compulsory Takata airbag recall
What drivers should do