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Mahindra issues recalls for 2,300 vehicles in India

20 Nov 2014 / 0

Mahindra and Mahindra will be inspecting 2,300 units of its vehicles sold in India for faulty vacuum pumps. These cars include the Xylo, XUV500 and the Scorpio which were manufactured in May 2014.  Owners of the affected vehicles will be contacted by M&M and asked to get the cars to the workshop for inspection. If the part needs to be replaced, it will be done free of cost.

XUV500-(3)

A company statement said, “The inspection is limited to approximately 2,300 vehicles of Scorpio Vlx/Sle/Lx, XUV500 W4/w6/W8 and Xylo H9/H8/H4 variants.”

A similar recall was initiated by Mahindra earlier this year for the a possible defect in the pressure regulating valves in certain variants of the Scorpio.

Other recalls this year:

Vehicle recalls explained

Toyota issues recall for 119 Camrys in India

Audi A4 recalled in India

382 Audi Q7 SUVs recalled in India for vacuum line replacement

Honda to replace driver side airbag inflator for 2338 cars in India

Maruti recalls 69,555 cars in India

BMW recalling 16 lakh 3 Series worldwide over faulty airbags

Honda Cars India recalls 2003 Accord, CR-V over faulty side airbag

Mahindra Scorpio EX recalled in India for faulty pressure valve

Harley-Davidson recalls 66,421 motorcycles over brake line issue

Mahindra Scorpio EX recalled in India for faulty pressure valve

Toyota recalls 6.5 lakh cars in Japan

2014 BMW R1200 RT recalled

GM issues four recalls, including pick-up trucks Silverado and Sierra

GM safety issues continue with manufacturer recalling 52,000 more cars

GM recalls another 1.3 million vehicles

Hyundai recalls 2437 Santa Fes in India over faulty lamp switch

Honda recalls units of Brio and Amaze petrol in India over brake issue

Volkswagen US issues recall for 26,452 units

Toyota recalls 44,989 Innovas in India

Toyota announces recall of 17.7 lakh units

Maruti Suzuki to recall record 1.5 lakh Swift Dzire models

Nissan to recall nearly a million vehicles over passenger airbag glitch

 

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