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Top 12 Cars Recalled In India: Honda Amaze, Honda City, Mahindra Thar Diesel, Toyota Urban Cruiser And More

Published On Jun 05, 2021 08:09 AM By Tarun for Honda Amaze

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Honda has recalled the highest number of cars this year

Carmakers issue a voluntary recall when they identify a manufacturing defect that could cause a problem and then fix it completely free of cost. As they say, it is best to be proactive so recalls are a good move to ensure the safety of customers. Here are the cars that have been recalled in 2021: 

Manufacturer and Model

Fuel Type

Total Cars Recalled

Recall Date

Starting manufacture date

Ending manufacturer date

Honda

Amaze City WR-V Jazz Civic BR-V CR-V

Petrol

77954

16/04/2021

 

04/01/2019, 05/01/2019; 04/01/2019; 04/01/2019; 07/02/2019; 04/01/2019; 08/01/2019

 

05/08/2019; 09/09/2019; 05/08/2019; 05/08/2019; 11/09/2020; 24/10/2019; 25/09/2020

Hyundai Kona EV

 

Electric

 

530

 

10/03/2021

 

01/04/2019

 

31/10/2020

Mahindra Thar

Diesel

2649

04/02/2021

 

07/09/2020

 

25/12/2020

Toyota Urban Cruiser

Petrol

9498

04/03/2021

 

28/07/2020

 

11/02/2021

Mercedes

GLE 

A-Class

C-Class E-Class S-Class

GLC

CLS

AMG GT

Diesel, Petrol, Petrol Hybrid

3496

27/05/2021

(Check with dealership)

(Check with dealership)

Mercedes Benz V-Class

Diesel

36

20/05/2021

12/03/2019

25/03/2019

Mercedes Benz GLE

Diesel And Petrol Hybrid

975

10/03/2021

10/10/2018

29/06/2020

15/02/2020

25/07/2020

Mercedes C220D S350D

Diesel

3

20/02/2021

25/09/2018 05/03/2018

24/01/2019

Mercedes Benz GLC

Petrol

54

01/01/2021

 

22/10/2019

 

27/01/2020

Mercedes Benz V220DL / V220D

Diesel

105

01/01/2021

20/05/2019

08/10/2019

Porsche Cayenne

 

2

31/05/2021

2020

2021

Lamborghini Aventador

 

8

18/03/2021

2019

2020

Honda

Honda Jazz

  • Honda recalled its entire petrol lineup, except for the fifth-generation City, due to an inoperative fuel pump that could lead to frequent stopping of the engine. 

Hyundai

  • Hyundai recalled the Kona due to a possible risk of a short circuit. 

Mahindra

  • Mahindra recalled the Thar over improper machining of the camshaft, which could lead to loss of drive to the fuel pump and possibly, stall the car. 

Toyota

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  • Toyota issued a recall for almost 9,500 units of the Urban Cruiser SUV over a major driver-side airbag defect. 

  • The airbag on these cars could either malfunction or injure the occupant while deployment. 

Mercedes Benz

  • On May 27, 2021, Mercedes-Benz recalled the GLE, A-Class, C-Class, E-Class, S-Class, GLC, CLS, and AMG GT

  • The emergency call system was reported to malfunction in case of an accident due to a temporary drop in the on board electrical system voltage. This could further lead to a delay in emergency assistance. 

  • Mercedes recalled the V-Class on May 20, 2021, due to an issue related to head restraints installed in the rear seats of the affected vehicles. Head restraints are constructed in such a way that the height and distance to the back of the head reduce the risk of a neck injury and potential whiplash in the event of an accident. This function is not guaranteed on the affected vehicles. 

  • Mercedes also recalled the V-Class on February 1, 2021 over improper placement of the flexible fuel return line. It could come in contact with the edge of the underfloor panelling, which if broken, would lead to a fuel leak. 

  • The manufacturer further recalled the GLE on March 10, 2021. In certain circumstances, the middle seatbelt buckle could be pushed into the gap between the vehicle body and the seat cushion, leading to an increased risk. 

  • Mercedes-Benz recalled three units of the C220D and S350D sedans in February this year. In these units, the seatbelt warning function would neither display a blinking indicator in the instrument cluster nor a warning tone, but instead, a permanent warning lamp. 

  • Lastly, 54 units of the GLC were recalled due to a possible incorrect type-approval number stamped on the catalytic converter.

Porsche 

  • Porsche recalled two units of the Cayenne manufacturer in 2020 and 2021. 

  • There were chances of the clamping nuts, fitted on the rear axle trailing arms, corroding and breaking over earlier than the expected service life of the car. 

Lamborghini

  • Lamborghini recalled eight units of the Aventador due to a possible loss of torque of engine hood screws, which could unlatch the hood at higher speeds. 

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