2017 QX30 Recalled for Autoliv Airbags That’s Don’t Deploy.

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An overhead view of a parking lot with cars neatly lined up inside parking spaces.

Oh, airbags. Either they're deploying with too much force and possibly killing us. Or not deploying when they should and possibly killing us. More than 500 of the 2017 QX30 are being recalled because their Autoliv airbags fall into the latter category. It's a similar issue to this BMW recall earlier this month.

Please don't let this be the new Takata.

Dafug, indeed.

According to Nissan, there's a software error in the controls that inject the proper chemical mixture in the airbags. Once that mixture is out of whack, the airbags will probably not deploy when you need them most.

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