Toyota recalls 2.3 million vehicles from Japan after two deadly explosions
A U.S. automaker has recalled 2.1 million vehicles in Japan after a series of explosions last week that killed more than 50 people.
The Toyota Camry and Corolla are among the vehicles being recalled, and the recall affects models from 2011 through 2016, Toyota said on its website Monday.
The U.K.-based automaker said it is providing free shipping for the affected vehicles and will offer a full refund.
It is not clear how the Toyota Camrys or Corollas were damaged in the explosion.
A UBS report said the company will recall 782,000 Camrys and Corollans in the U..
K. and Ireland, including about 3.6 million in the United States.