Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is recalling ’94 and ’95 model Altimas sold in the U.S. due to overly powerful airbags. Nissan says it will replace the airbags in 248,638 Altimas because of reports of 79 related injuries. Nissan reportedly will install airbags that deploy with less power and volume. The recall is a result of a 2-year investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. Consumer activist group Public Citizen says Nissan dragged its feet on recalling the vehicles over that ...

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