Subaru will recall more than 2 million cars worldwideFebruary 28, 2019
The Japanese company Subaru decided to withdraw around 2.27 million cars worldwide due to a defect in the electronics system. It is reported by Channel NewsAsia, citing the statement of the manufacturer.
It is clarified that we are talking about a switch that can completely fail under the influence of cleaning agents and reagents, which can cause the stop signals to stop working when the brake pedal is pressed. According to experts of the company, the same problem can lead to problems with starting the engine. Impreza sedans and Forester crossovers released between September 2008 and March 2017 will be recalled.
In January, it was reported that the concern had ceased production at the only plant in Japan after detecting defects in parts.
In February, Volvo (167 thousand worldwide) recalled their cars due to a possible fault in the electric drive of the tailgate. Concern Fiat Chrysler this month also reported on the recall of 882 thousand cars due to problems with the steering and brakes.
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