I thought so too, until I got an alert from the company telling me it had been fitted with faulty air bags.
What? What are you going to do?
Introducing topic. More than 2.35 million cars, 70 models were affected by these airbags.
Well, the company I bought it from are going to replace them for me.
What would you do if they weren’t replacing them?
Introducing the company she brought it from. Companies such as Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Lexus, BMW and Suzuki were all involved with this product.
I would take it back to the company or manufacturer and get them replaced.
I didn’t know you could do that.
Introducing problem (Takata airbags). Takata airbags were a shonky award because they would randomly inflate and caused over 180 injuries and 18 deaths because there were shards of glass inside them when they inflated.
Don’t buy a car until you know no one has faulty airbags installed.
Thanks for the tip.
What the company did for their customers. Sent out notifications to anyone that purchased a car with faulty airbags, so that they could be brought back in and be replaced.
Competition and Consumer Act (210) states that if you buy a faulty product you can return it or it can be refunded at the store you purchased it at or where the product was manufactured.
Letting people know that they shouldn’t buy a car any times soon because depending on the company they might have faulty airbags.