If you bought a new Grand Vitara SUV last year, your vehicle will likely get a recall notice from Maruti Suzuki. The automaker issued a recall notice on Monday for more than 11,000 Grand Vitara SUVs. Compact SUVs are said to have faulty rear seatbelt mounting brackets. Overall, 11,177 Grand Vitara SUVs were recalled to fix the issue. The SUV was the last big launch last year from India’s biggest automaker, specifically targeting popular compact SUVs such as Hyundai his Creta, Kiasertos.
According to the automaker, anyone who purchased a Grand Vitara SUV built between August 8th and November 15th last year will receive a recall notice. Maruti Suzuki issued a statement in a regulatory filing on Monday, saying, “We suspect there may be a defect in the rear seat belt mounting bracket which, in rare cases, may loosen over time and affect its function. It is said
This is the second time Maruti Suzuki has recalled the Grand Vitara SUV. Earlier this month, more airbag units were recalled due to his controller failure.
Anyone who owns a failed unit of an SUV will be contacted immediately by Maruti Suzuki’s Authorized Dealer Workshop. The SUV will be called for inspection, after which any defective parts will be replaced free of charge.
Earlier this month, Maruti Suzuki recalled 17,362 vehicles due to a faulty airbag controller. Models include the Grand Vitara SUV as well as the Alto K10, Brezza, Baleno, S-Presso and Eeco. The recalled models were manufactured between December 8th of last year and January 12th of this year. Toyota also announced a similar recall of the hatchback Granza and compact SUV Urban Cruiser Highrider in response to Multi’s decision. The Glanza and Urban Cruiser HyRyder are technical cousins of Maruti Suzuki’s Baleno and Grand Vitara respectively.
First issue date: January 24, 2023 8:23 am IST
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