Honda reached an earlier $605 million civil settlement with owners similar to the Volkswagen settlement.
More than 400 injuries are also tied to faulty Takata inflators and at least 28 deaths worldwide. There have been two U.S. Takata deaths in Ford Motor Co. vehicles and one in a BMW.
Ford previously reached a $299.1 million civil settlement with owners, while BMW agreed to a $131 million settlement.
The Takata recalls cover about 100 million inflators among 19 major automakers worldwide, including about 67 million inflators in the United States.
The VW settlement, like earlier ones, covers rental car and out-of-pocket costs, including lost wages and child care costs, that owners had or may face getting vehicles repaired or while awaiting repairs.
Court documents say around 35 percent of the inflators in Volkswagen and Audi vehicles that have been or will be recalled have not been repaired.
Peter Prieto, a lawyer for the owners who sued, said the owners would “vigorously prosecute our claims against Mercedes Benz, General Motors and FCA to ensure that our clients obtain the relief they deserve.”
GM, Daimler and FCA parent Stellantis did not immediately comment.