1,06,900 Volvo Cars are to be recalled over a suspected fault

Volvo is a Sweden brand for cars and they’re having their cars called back to fix an issue.

As reported by Reuters, Sweden-based Volvo Cars (VOLCARb.ST) is going to recall around 106,900 cars worldwide. This is due to a suspected fault related to the brakes that the company needs to fix. The information was shared by the spokesperson of  Volvo Cars on Tuesday to Reuters. 

The work, ofcourse, has been increased and it is going to be hectic calling back cars and fixing the issue in it. But the fact that they’re making sure everything is fine in their automobile, it is a great relief. 

The vehicles being recalled are of the 2023 year model of the C40, XC40, S60, V60, XC60, V90 and XC90 models. 

Volvo Cars is a subsidiary of Swedish automobile brand Volvo. The company was founded in 1927 and now holds its headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden. Volvo car price starts at Rs 45.85 Lakh for the cheapest model which is XC40 and the price of most expensive model, which is XC90 starts at Rs 96.50 Lakh. 

 

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