Mercedes-Benz fined $12.5 million for downplaying risk of Takata airbag recall | ABC News

Mercedes-benz fined $12. 5 million for downplaying risk of takata airbag recall | abc news

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The Australian consumer watchdog – the ACCC – says Mercedes-Benz failed to use “attention-capturing, high-impact language” when communicating with customers about the seriousness of a Takata airbag recall.

David Chau has the details of the Federal Court case.

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