Subaru to Expand Inspection-Related Recall to About 400,000 Units in Japan

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Subaru plans to add about 145,000 vehicles to its inspection-related recall in Japan, according to a report by Reuters . The automaker had previously estimated that nearly 255,000 vehicles would be recalled after uncertified workers were found to have carried out final car inspections. The recall is expected to start next week.

Significance: The latest announcement by Subaru widening the scope of the recall is part of a precautionary move. In its previous announcement, Subaru said that