Aug 27 (Reuters) - Privately held electric-vehicle maker Coda Automotive is recalling 78 of its sedans in the United States due to a potential side-airbag issue, U.S. safety regulators said. In a crash, the side curtain airbags may fail to deploy, said regulators from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Coda is a start-up company based in southern California that thus far has produced one model, the Coda four-door, five-passenger sedan. Coda, ...
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