Maruti Suzuki Recalls 17,362 Units to Rectify a Faulty Airbag Controller
Maruti Suzuki India announced that it is recalling 17,362 units of the Alto K10, Brezza, and Baleno models to check and repair an airbag controller that isn't working properly.
Maruti Suzuki India announced that it is recalling 17,362 units of the Alto K10, Brezza, and Baleno models to check and repair an airbag controller that isn't working properly. The impacted cars include the Alto K10, S-Presso, Eeco, Brezza, Baleno, and Grand Vitara, according to the nation's largest automaker in a regulatory filing. They were produced between December 8, 2022, and January 12, 2023.
The purpose of the recall is to check these cars' Airbag Controllers and, if necessary, replace them without charge. The concerned item is thought to have a flaw that, under scarce circumstances, might prevent the airbags and seat belt pretensioners from deploying in the event of a car catastrophe. In these cars, the airbag controller is being inspected and, if necessary, replaced free of charge through the recall, according to Maruti Suzuki's filing with the exchange.
According to the business, there may be a fault in the concerned part that might, in very rare circumstances, prevent the airbags and seat belt pre tensioners from deploying in the event of a collision. The business was forced to recall 9,125 vehicles in December because of a faulty seat belt component. On the National Shares Exchange, Maruti Suzuki India's stock increased 1.2% on Tuesday to settle at 8,479.35 rupees.
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