Class Eligibility

You are a member of the class if you own a Honda vehicle with a Takata brand air bag. To verify if your vehicle is included in this settlement please utilize the VIN checker here

Specifically as follows:

A current owner or lessee of a Subject Vehicle distributed for sale or lease in the United States and all of its territories and possessions, as of September 19, 2017; or

A former owner or lessee of a Subject Vehicle distributed for sale or lease in the United States and all of its territories and possessions, who sold or returned, pursuant to a lease, a Subject Vehicle after November 11, 2008 and through September 19, 2017.

Estimated Amount


As a member of the class you may be entitled to one or several of the following remedies:

  • An Outreach Program;
  • A Rental Car/Loaner Program;
  • An Out-of-Pocket Claims Process;
  • A Customer Support Program; and
  • A potential Residual Distribution.

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

In Re: Takata Airbag Products Liability Litigation Nissan Settlement
No. 15-MD-2599-FAM
United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida

Case Summary

The lawsuit alleges that certain car companies, including Honda, manufactured, distributed, or sold vehicles with defective Takata airbag inflators. The inflators can, upon deployment, rupture and expel debris or shrapnel at the driver or passenger and/or otherwise affect the airbag’s deployment, and that the Plaintiffs sustained economic losses as a result.

The lawsuit claims for violations of various state consumer protection laws, among other claims. Honda denies that it has violated any law, denies liability, and denies that it engaged in any wrongdoing with respect to the manufacture, distribution, or sale of the Subject Vehicles.

Settlement Pool



Auto Airbag Settlement
Settlement Notice Administrator
P.O. Box 3207
Portland, OR 97208-3207
1-888-735-5596 (Toll-Free)

17 responses to “Takata Honda Class Action Settlement”

  1. Latocha Kelly says:

    I didn’t purchased my car last year but I did purchase it within the last 3 years. I also received a recall flyer for Takata airbag inflator.

    ADMIN – Hi Latocha,

    Schedule your airbag replacement.

  2. john mulvey says:

    2004 honda accord

    ADMIN – Hi John,

    Please enter your claim number on the tool provided to see if you are a class member.

  3. Rafael vazquez says:

    how can I get a payment 2013 Honda accord

    ADMIN – Hi Rafael,

    If you have verified your VIN using the tool provided the next step is to file a claim. They will refund you for any expenses you have incurred or will replace your airbag.

  4. Tamika Barnes says:

    If your air bag has been replace by the recall will I still be entitled to some of the settlement money?

    ADMIN – Hi Tamika,


  5. Patricia says:

    2001 Honda Accord. I know that they replaced the driver side air bag. I am not sure if they replaced the passenger side air bag. Should I still file a claim??

    ADMIN – Hi Patricia,

    I would suggest you contact the class action administrator to obtain clarification.

  6. brenda gauna says:

    I have recevied a notice in the mail., I have had and have several vehicles, mostly Hondas , about 5 of them
    4 of them are no longer mine, either sold , or just not mine anymore , I currenty have 1 honda accord 2001, I have not had air bags replaced on either passenger or driver, I also have a ford and a toyota I recently sold , \
    how would I file a claim If I dont have vin # s anymore ?

    ADMIN – Hi Brenda,

    Did you spend monies getting the airbag replaced? If so the dealership should have records

  7. Edward Ghobrial says:

    To whom it may concern, i received the notice around a month ago.
    after i read it I found the deadline Jan. 8 /18.
    what should I do to join the settlement ?
    I have 2009 Honda Accord

    ADMIN – Hi Edward,

    Work with your dealership to schedule a replacement.

  8. Edward Ghobrial says:

    I have 2009 Honda Accord,and Idid not replace Air Bags

    ADMIN – Hi Edward,

    If your vehicle is showing under recall using the VIN tool provided you need to contact the dealership to schedule airbag replacement.

  9. Irene says:

    Hello, I entered the VIN for my 2011 4 DSD Honda Civic and learned that there are currently 0 recalls associated with this car. Does this information mean that this vehicle does not have the Takata airbags in it? Or that the vehicle has not yet been recalled? Thank you for any clarification.

    ADMIN – Hi Irene,

    I believe all vehicles featuring Takata have been identified and will show up in the VIN tool.

  10. Patricia Simmons says:

    I own a 2011 Honda civic am I entitled to any of this settlement money??

    ADMIN – Hi Patricia,

    Go to the official page and enter your VIN number to see if you qualify.

  11. Jason Normandin says:

    When should I receive my money?
    Wasn’t the court settled on February 8?

    ADMIN – Hi Jason,

    Are you talking about reimbursements for expenses incurred?

  12. MARTIN JAWOR says:


    ADMIN – Hi Martin,

    Why don’t you enter the VIN number to check?

  13. sheldon bulwa says:

    Have requested a claim form for the settlement for one of our cars, also need another form for the second car, vin 19uubif34gao10247, 2016 acura tlx. Cannot seem to fill out online form and cannot reach a human on the phone. Sheldon Bulwa or 561 733 1047

    ADMIN – Hi Sheldon,

    Here is the link so you can print it

  14. Jimesha anderson says:

    When should they start giving out the settlements

    ADMIN – Hi Jimesha,

    Are you talking reimbursement for expenses? Or are you talking replacement of your bag?

  15. srlowe says:

    when will the settlements be paid out?

    ADMIN – Hi Amazon Girl,

    If you are talking about out of pocket or residual distribution it should happen after your claim is validated under the following conditions:

    If you still own or lease a Subject Vehicle, to be eligible for a payment from the Out-of-Pocket Claims Process or Residual Distribution from the Toyota Settlement Fund you must bring your vehicle to a dealership for the Takata Airbag Recall Remedy, if you have not already done so. If you sold or returned, pursuant to a lease, a Subject Vehicle after April 11, 2013 and before June 9, 2017, you may also submit a claim for a payment.

    To receive a payment, you must either (1) file a Registration/Claim for reimbursement of the reasonable expenses you incurred related to the Takata Airbag Recall, or (2) file a Registration/Claim for a Residual Distribution of up to $250.

    Please Note: If the total amount of reimbursed Out-of-Pocket Claims in a Program year equals or exceeds the amount of money in the Toyota Settlement Fund for that Program year, Class Members who filed a Registration/Claim for a Residual Distribution will not receive a Toyota Settlement Payment in that Program year, although they will still receive other Settlement benefits.

    At the end of the four-year Settlement Program, if sufficient funds remain in the Toyota Settlement Fund and it is administratively feasible, the remaining funds will be paid to all Class Members who filed a Registration/Claim for a Settlement Payment, up to a maximum of an additional $250 per Class Member.

  16. Gail L says:

    My claim was accepted, I do believe, as I was given a confirmation number. When will the monies for Residual Distribution be made?
    Thank you

    ADMIN – Hi Gail,

    Residual means what is leftover after all has been paid. This means a residual distribution is the very last thing that happens.

  17. Linda Lawson says:

    When will the settlement be payed out?

    ADMIN – Hi Linda,

    What part of the settlement? This settlement has many aspects and forms of compensation.

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