Toyota and Nissan, Japan’s two top automakers, on Thursday said they will recall more than three million more cars globally because of concerns over airbags involved in eight deaths worldwide.

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“Toyota will now globally expand its recalls to involve approximately 2,860,000 additional vehicles equipped with certain front passenger airbag inflators,” the automaker said in an email.

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Nissan said it would recall 198,000 units worldwide, while Mitsubishi said it would call back 120,000 vehicles.

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