Maruti car recall advises owners to not drive affected cars: Check details here!

Maruti is a leading car manufacturer in India. Their cars are not only popular but also top the sales charts often in India.

Recently Maruti has recalled so many of its cars as their units were affected. Between the time period of 8th December, 2022 and 12th January, 2023.  Maruti recalled up to 17,362 units of its affected cars. The cars which were recalled include the Alto K10, S Presso, Eeco, Brezza, Grand Vitara as well as Balena.

In its official statements, Maruti mentioned that the recall has been undertaken in order to inspect and replace the Airbag Controller. The replacement would be done free of cost. There might be a defect in the affected part. It may so happen that it will not deploy the air bag in case of a car crash which is extremely dangerous for the user’s safety. It also cautioned the owners of these cars against driving them until the affected part is replaced successfully. They will also receive official communication from workshops authorized by Maruti Suzuki for the immediate replacement of the affected part.

Maruti will also perform a check up of the owner’s Maruti car or cars in order to inspect carefully. This will also be done free of cost. It is expected to be a speedy and effective process. The details of the recall will also be mentioned on Maruti Suzuki’s official website in India. The brand has conducted recall in the past year. However, this specific recall includes more cars as compared to that one.



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