CARMAKER Toyota is recalling approximately 30,000 Sienna minivans from the 2015 model year for a problem with plastic hand grips mounted near the side-curtain airbags.
The hand grips, which a mounted above the windows along the headliner in the second row, could detach from the mounting bracket under some conditions potentially injuring passengers.
The automaker said it was not aware of any injuries or fatalities caused by the problem.
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News.com.au reports dealers will modify the headliner under the second row overhead assist grips at no cost to owners.