Monday, April 20, 2015

        BMW to begin notifying Mini Cooper customers on May 1 to get air bags fixed. In continuing coverage, 24/7 Wall Street (NY) (4/19, Ausick, 127K) reports that BMW of North America has recalled nearly 92,000 Mini Coopers due to defective air bags. The company said it will begin notifying customers on May 1 “to bring their cars in to get the passenger seat occupant detection sensor replaced.” The cars involved include “model year 2005-2006 Mini Cooper and Mini Cooper S manufactured between Jan 2005 and November 2006 and model year 2005-2008 Mini Cooper Convertibles and Cooper S Convertibles made between January 2005 and July 2008.” 

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