According to the Washington Post, the recall covers front passenger inflators on certain Mazda CX-7, CX-9, and Mazda 6 vehicles. Recalls vary by state and age of the vehicle.
Takata became the subject of controversy and eventually declared bankruptcy after it was determined airbag inflators manufactured by the Japan-based company could rupture on deployment, spraying shrapnel throughout vehicle cabins and into vehicle occupants.
So far, the defective airbag inflators have been linked to 19 deaths and more than 180 injuries.
The current recall covers: