Let's see what's new in automotive recalls this week, shall we?
Takata's recall of its airbag inflator is reaching epic proportions. Now, BMW has jumped back into the fray by announcing a recall of every single 3 Series built between 2000 and 2006 (that's the E46 generation, for you Bimmerphiles). That's between one and two million vehicles, all for a faulty airbag inflator. As soon as BMW gets the parts, it'll notify the affected owners, many of whom are undoubtedly very excited to go back to the dealership.