Renault recalls Megane modelNovember 3, 2020
The French automaker has announced a revocable campaign for Australian vehicles.
Renault recalls 824 Meganes in Australia. The reason for the campaign was the inaccuracy in the instructions in the section describing the operation of the locks in the back row in the child lock mode. It is reported that due to the erroneous wording, the driver will not lock the rear doors and the children will be able to open them on the go.
Of course, the whole process was initiated by the local Consumer Protection Commission – an analogue of NHTSA and Rospotrebnadzor. As a result, the company will recall 824 machines to correct the user manual. Interestingly, the manufacturer will not reprint that volume of paper. It is reported that in the instructions some terms will simply be crossed out with black marker.
Earlier, AutoTimesNews reported that Renault is going to open sales of its new crossover under the name Renault Megane Contest. In fact, the novelty is a European version of the Renault Arkana under a different name.
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