Takata recalls progress data

Recall progress data as at 31 March 2019.

Total airbags replaced 0

Total airbags to be replaced 0

State and territory breakdown of airbag replacements

  • *Manufacturers are working to determine where these vehicles are and if they are still on the road. These figures may change if a vehicle manufacturer updates their historical records and submits updated reports.

Completion rates by supplier

Suppliers commencing recall action prior to 1 July 2018

Suppliers commencing recall action from 1 July 2018

  • Note: Suppliers were not required to commence recalling vehicles until 1 July, although some began earlier. The information above is correct as of 31 March 2019 and will be updated regularly to track replacement rates.

Recall progress over time

  • Note: The information above includes fully rectified vehicles only (it excludes vehicles fitted with like-for-like replacements that will require future replacement). In Australia the first voluntary recall commenced in 2009; however, the graph starts from 2015 when the number of recalls began to increase as more vehicle manufacturers initiated recalls.

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Data used in the charts are provided below.

Table 1. Recalls progress overview

  Number Percentage (%)
Total airbags replaced 3.04 million 74.4%
Total airbags to be replaced 0.82 million 20.1%
Unreplaceable airbags 225,000 5.5%
Total vehicles remaining 734,000 24.2%
Total vehicles rectified 2.1 million 69.5%
Unreplaceable vehicles 192,000 6.3%

Table 2. State and territory breakdown of airbag replacements

  Airbags replaced Airbags to be replaced (excluding Alpha) Alpha airbags to be replaced
NSW 788,282 77.87% 222,020 21.93% 1,955 0.19%
VIC 645,631 74.22% 222,471 25.58% 1,737 0.20%
QLD 587,316 83.64% 113,800 16.21% 1,119 0.16%
WA 291,562 82.26% 62,488 17.63% 371 0.10%
SA 172,235 78.51% 46,957 21.40% 195 0.09%
TAS 63,777 79.46% 16,433 20.47% 56 0.07%
ACT 51,276 77.92% 14,439 21.94% 90 0.14%
NT 16,989 78.20% 4,679 21.55% 42 0.19%
Other* 420,811 78.88% 109,448 20.52% 3,241 0.61%

Table 3a. Completion rates - Suppliers commencing recall action prior to 1 July 2018

  Vehicles rectified Vehicles to be rectified
BMW 127,263 64.8% 69,079 35.2%
Ferrari 606 50.7% 590 49.3%
Fiat Chrysler 29,059 82.7% 6,097 17.3%
Honda 347,170 90.0% 38,421 10.0%
Honda Motorcycles 609 99.3% 4 0.7%
Mazda 256,267 93.4% 18,083 6.6%
Mitsubishi 147,275 89.1% 17,935 10.9%
Nissan 191,959 69.6% 83,835 30.4%
Subaru 212,905 78.9% 56,787 21.1%
Toyota 441,271 81.9% 97,840 18.1%

Table 3b. Completion rates by supplier - Suppliers commencing recall action from 1 July 2018

  Vehicles rectified Vehicles to be rectified
Audi 27,961 72.2% 10,779 27.8%
Citro├źn 2,779 86.8% 421 13.2%
Ford Australia 69,385 80.6% 16,673 19.4%
GM Holden 140,182 43.6% 180,983 56.4%
Jaguar Land Rover 14,241 81.3% 3,284 18.7%
McLaren 258 78.4% 71 21.6%
Mercedes Benz 47,426 41.0% 68,121 59.0%
Skoda 10,840 62.2% 6,600 37.8%
Tesla 456 37.5% 761 62.5%
Volkswagen 41,564 41.7% 58,134 58.3%

Table 4. Recall progress over time

Date Vehicles rectified Total Vehicles rectified
Mar 2015 5 509
Apr 2015 20 529
May 2015 37 566
Jun 2015 43 609
Jul 2015 36 645
Aug 2015 25 670
Sep 2015 1,055 1,725
Oct 2015 14,048 15,773
Nov 2015 10,875 26,648
Dec 2015 8,426 35,074
Jan 2016 7,547 42,621
Feb 2016 8,052 50,673
Mar 2016 12,708 63,381
Apr 2016 11,627 75,008
May 2016 15,313 90,321
Jun 2016 14,363 104,684
Jul 2016 10,831 115,515
Aug 2016 10,939 126,454
Sep 2016 24,432 150,886
Oct 2016 27,534 178,420
Nov 2016 23,140 201,560
Dec 2016 17,980 219,540
Jan 2017 16,023 235,563
Feb 2017 19,724 255,287
Mar 2017 23,634 278,921
Apr 2017 16,328 295,249
May 2017 20,348 315,597
Jun 2017 30,729 346,326
Jul 2017 43,852 390,178
Aug 2017 128,027 518,205
Sep 2017 132,868 651,073
Oct 2017 115,230 766,303
Nov 2017 94,140 860,443
Dec 2017 82,703 943,146
Jan 2018 58,924 1,002,070
Feb 2018 42,245 1,044,315
Mar 2018 55,783 1,100,098
Apr 2018 45,823 1,145,921
May 2018 68,135 1,214,056
Jun 2018 85,008 1,299,064
Jul 2018 80,106 1,379,170
Aug 2018 123,063 1,502,233
Sep 2018 98,132 1,600,365
Oct 2018 101,735 1,702,100
Nov 2018 101,286 1,803,386
Dec 2018 93,262 1,896,648
Jan 2019 76,994 1,973,138
Feb 2019 77,213 2,050,351
Mar 2019 57,976 2,109,476

[1] Unreplaceable/unrepairable: vehicles classified by manufacturers as written off, scrapped, unregistered for more than two consecutive years, exported, stolen or modified and unable to have the affected airbag inflator replaced.