Three Japanese carmakers have recalled more than 700,000 vehicles equipped with air bags made by Takata, citing the company’s admission that its air bags contained potentially dangerous faults. The recalls by Mazda, Mitsubishi and Subaru added 715,000 cars and trucks to what is already the largest auto safety recall in history. That number could grow, as the recall notices by Mazda and Subaru covered only models sold in Japan. The two companies said they were consulting safety regulators in other countries to determine whether additional recalls were needed. Mitsubishi said it would recall vehicles abroad.
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