Maruti Suzuki cars recalled in January 2023: Maruti Suzuki has decided to recall 17000 units of popular cars like Baleno, S-Presso, Eco, Brezza, Grand Vitara and Alto K10. Yes, in fact, there are some technical faults in the air bag controller of these cars and the company has announced a recall of 17,000 units due to this. If you too have bought a Maruti Suzuki car in the past few months, you must have felt that there is nothing wrong with mine. So, let us tell you in what period did Maruti Suzuki talk about recalling and fixing their cars?
With which cars?
Maruti Suzuki has decided to recall 17,000 units of cars manufactured between December 8, 2022 and January 12, 2023, including Maruti Suzuki’s best-selling car, the Baleno premium hatchback, and SUVs like the Brezza, Grand Vitara and Alto K10. S-Presso hatchback and Eco Van. The company says that those who bought a car manufactured earlier in this period should get into it only after the airbag controller is faulty.
A statement has come from Maruti Suzuki that some defects were found in the airbags and seat-best pretensioners of these 6 cars and this was revealed during the accident. In such a case, the company will contact the owners of all affected models and replace the affected parts free of charge. Let us tell you that recently Maruti Suzuki has increased the prices of all its cars by 1.1%. Nexa cars price hiked to Rs.25,000