GM Seeks One-Year Delay in Recalling 980,000 Takata AirbagsJamie Butters and Dana Hull
Automaker says tests show the airbags pose less risk
No ruptures found in thousands of deployments, GM says
General Motors Co. is asking U.S. safety regulators to delay by a year the mandatory recall of almost 1 million vehicles with airbags made by Takata Corp., saying the designated models have not been shown to carry the same risk as others linked to deaths and injuries.
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