More Toyota vehicles have been recalled in New Zealand following the global recall of faulty Takata airbags.
A further 7340 vehicles were being recalled, a spokeswoman for Toyota New Zealand said.
In May, Toyota New Zealand said up to 40,000 vehicles were being recalled as part of a global recall by the Japanese car manufacturer.
New models in New Zealand that were covered by the extended recall were Yaris, Corolla, Avensis and Picnics, the spokeswoman said.
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Over 6 million Toyota cars were being recalled across the world.
Owners of the cars with the problematic airbags would received a letter from Toyota New Zealand to explain if their car was affected.
A repair part would be made available and the airbag fixed, the spokeswoman said.
There had been no reported accidents or incidents related to the recalls in New Zealand or elsewhere because of the faults.