Toyota Kirloskar Motor has today issued a recall for 119 units of its mid-size Camry sedan. This recall is part of a global initiative which has affected more than 1.7 lakh units. Toyota says that this is a voluntary recall affecting models manufactured between March-July 2011 in Japan.
A problem has been identified with the front suspension and if found present in the vehicle will be repaired free of cost to the customer, though the whole process will take a lengthy two hours to complete. The manufacturer says that no complaints or report of any incident has been received so far.
Intimation for repairs to owners of affected models will be done by Toyota dealers.
Ever since SIAM, the Indian automotive body started safety related voluntary recalls in 2012, lakhs of cars have been recalled by various manufacturers in India. The list of makers who have recalled their models include all major manufacturers comprising the likes of Nissan, Mahindra & Mahindra, Maruti Suzuki, General Motors, Honda, Audi and Ford.
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