Maruti Suzuki recalls 1.80 lakh vehicles over a “possible defect”

Maruti Suzuki Limited on Friday came up to the media to undertake the recall of some of the petrol variants Ciaz, Ertiga, Vitara Brezza, S-Cross, and XL6. All this is for inspecting the possible defect in 181,754 units of these models, which were manufactured between 4th May 2018 to 27th October 2020, respectively.

This recall campaign was initiated globally to rectify faults that may be a potential safety threat. In a regular filing, the company said, “In the interest of customers, Maruti Suzuki has decided to voluntarily recall the affected vehicles for inspection/replacement of Motor Generator Unit, free of cost. Affected vehicle owners would be receiving a communication from Maruti Suzuki authorized workshops,”

Chassis number on the company’s website

In the customers’ interest, Maruti Suzuki has voluntarily recalled vehicle inspection or the replacement of the motors and generator unit, which is also free of cost. So vehicles should visit the ‘Imp Customer Info’ section on the Company websites www.marutisuzuki.com (for Ertiga and Vitara Brezza), www.nexaexperience.com (for Ciaz, XL6, and S-Cross) to fill in their vehicle’s chassis number (MA3, followed by 14 digits alpha-numeric number) and to see if their cars need any help. The affected parts will be a replacement, and the procedure for that shall start in the first week of November 2021. The company urges customers to avoid driving in waterlogged areas. And from the direct water spray on electrical/electronic parts in vehicles.

All the numbers engraved on the vehicles are the chassis number on the vehicle ID plate. It will also be mentioned in the vehicle’s invoice/registration documents. Carmaker experts the country’s most significant output will plunge in September as the semiconductor shortage hits production. Meanwhile, the auto major earlier mentioned that the production of its vehicles in September would plummet by 60 percent due to a click shortage. Maruti Suzuki, which had earlier slashed production at its Gujarat unit, said the production of semiconductors shortage would affect production in Gurugram and Manesar plants.

The company said the total production volumes across Haryana and Gujarat could be around 40% of the standard output. All this shortage started only after the Covid 19 started again.

Maruti Suzuki gets 4.8 percent year on year growthMaruti

  • The country’s largest car company Maruti Suzuki India sold 1.30 lakhs vehicles last month. This is 4 percent more than in August last year. In August 2020, the company sold 1.24 lakh vehicles.
  • In August last year, the company had exported 7920 units, which later increased to 20,619 units last month. That is, the company shipped 12,699 units more.
  • However, the company suffered a loss of 5.7 percent in domestic sales. The company’s domestic sales in August 2020 were 1.16lakhs, which declined to 1.10lakh units last month.

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