Nearly 100,000 cars in Israel recalled over airbag issue

Picture of the ŠKODA sign at a car dealership in New Belgrade (BalkansCat; iStock by Getty Images)
Picture of the ŠKODA sign at a car dealership in New Belgrade (BalkansCat; iStock by Getty Images)

An Israeli importer of motor vehicles announces a massive recall due to a possible problem with the airbags in over 97,000 cars.

According to the Bnei Brak-based Champion Motors, the recall applies to several models produced by Czech manufacturer Skoda and Spanish carmaker SEAT.

The potential issue is with the airbags for the driver’s seats in the cars.

Champion Motors calls for owners of the models in question to bring their cars in to be checked.

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