Stellantis Recalls Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 Vehicles Due to Air Bag Defects

By
Marika Andersson
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Stellantis, the parent company of Chrysler, has announced a recall affecting almost 285,000 Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 vehicles due to defective air bag inflators. The recall covers models from 2018-2021 with curtain air bag inflators that may rupture, posing a risk of sharp metal fragments injuring passengers. Stellantis stated that affected customers can have the side curtain air bags replaced for free at Dodge or Chrysler dealers. This marks the fourth recall by the automaker in the current month, raising concerns about vehicle safety and manufacturing quality. Last year, the company recalled approximately 2.7 million vehicles across 45 recalls, reflecting a significant trend in automotive recalls. The extensive recall history emphasizes the critical need for rigorous manufacturing and safety standards in the automotive industry.

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