Maruti Suzuki Cars Recalled In January 2023: Maruti Suzuki has decided to recall 17000 units of 6 popular cars like Baleno, S-Presso, Eeco, Brezza and Grand Vitara as well as Alto K10. Yes, in fact, there has been some technical flaw in the air bag controller of these cars and due to this the company has announced a recall of 17,000 units. Now if you have also bought a Maruti Suzuki car in the last few months, then surely you must be feeling that there is no problem in my car too. So, let us tell you that in which period Maruti Suzuki has talked about recalling and fixing its cars?
With which cars?
Maruti Suzuki has decided to recall 17 thousand units of manufactured cars from December 8, 2022 to January 12, 2023 and these include Maruti Suzuki’s top selling car Baleno premium hatchback as well as SUVs like Brezza and Grand Vitara and Alto K10, There is also the S-Presso hatchback and the Eeco van. The company has said that those who have bought a manufactured car during this period in the past, should get into it only after getting it rectified, as there is a problem with the airbag controller.
A statement has come from Maruti Suzuki that some defects have been observed in the airbags and seat best pretensioners of these 6 cars and it has been revealed during the vehicle crash. In such a situation, the company is contacting the owners of all the affected models and free replacement of the affected parts will be done. Let us tell you that recently Maruti Suzuki has increased the prices of all its cars by 1.1%. Nexa cars have become costlier by Rs 25,000.