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Over 77,000 Balenos & 1961 Swift DZires Recall By Maruti Suzuki To Fix Airbag, Filter

Over 77,000 Balenos, DZires Recall By Maruti Suzuki To Fix Airbag, Filter Maruti Suzuki is India’s biggest selling car. Maruti Suzuki’s team has issued a recall for two of its top- selling cars. We are talking about Baleno and Swift Dzire. It will be the India’s biggest Recall Yet; 75,419 Baleno and 1,961 Swift DZire Affected.

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According to the report, 1,961 units of the Swift DZire will be recalled for inspection. Many of them would be recalled for replacement of an of a faulty fuel filter. Maruti has claimed that they took this step proactively and voluntarily taking customer safety into consideration.

The Baleno car has been recalled for the petrol and diesel both variants. That Baleno car was manufactured between August 3, 2015, and May 17, 2016.

Around 17,231 cars were allotted for export. Maruti company is going to recall 75,419 units of the Baleno for the issue with the airbags, 1,961 units of the Swift DZire for inspection and replacement.

This recall is not the first recall of this company this year, 20,427 Units of S-Cross For Faulty Brake Part earlier this month.
So now the news is confirmed that Maruti Suzuki India would recall 75,419 units of its premium hatchback Baleno to fix faulty airbag component and fuel filter.

Not only this Maruti Suzuki India would recall 1,961 units if its compact sedan DZire with auto gear shift technology to replace the fuel filter.But all these cars would be replaced free of cost so it’s a sigh of relief for everyone.

If talking about last year then Maruti Suzuki recalled Alto 800 and Alto K10 manufactured between December 8, 2014, and in February, it was recalled again for the rectify defective latches on right side doors.

If talking about the total recall then Maruti Suzuki, 18 lakh vehicles have been recalled by various manufacturers in India. It’s thought to concern for every person who used Maruti Suzuki cars. They should think before buy. Stay tuned with us for more updates and information.

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