Honda’s recent expanded recall to fix an airbag inflator on its high-volume vehicles pushes the auto maker past Toyota in calling back the most cars and trucks for repair in the U.S. in 2011. Year-end data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. compiled by WardsAuto reveals Honda issued 17 recalls last year affecting up to 3.9 million vehicles. Preliminary estimates showed Toyota, which has been working for the past two years to fix accelerator-related issues on some its ...

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