Over 1,200 units of the New Maruti Suzuki Swift and Dzire recalled
Updated September 18, 2018
On Wednesday, Maruti Suzuki announced that the company would recall around 1279 units of the new version of the Swift and Dzire to do a check on possible faults in the airbag controller unit.
Maruti Suzuki said in a statement that 1229 cars would be recalled which were manufactured between 7th May 2018 to 5th July 2018 of which 566 would be the Swift model and 566 would be the Dzire model.
The dealer would contact the owners of the affected model starting from July 25th. The company would not charge the owners of the vehicles for inspection and replacement of the faulty part.
The company stated, “Recall campaigns are undertaken globally to rectify faults that may be potential safety defects.”
Owners of the new Swift and Dzire can check on the companies website if their car is among the recalled units with the help of the chassis number on the vehicle’s invoice and also can connect with their dealer.
The new Swift has been recalled for the second time this year and back in May 2018 the company announced a recall of more than 52,686 units of the Swift and Baleno hatchback. This was due to a possible defect in the with the brake vacuum hose.
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