Porsche recalls 483 cars in India

| February 28, 2012 | 4 Comments

Porsche recently announced the recall of 483 cars in India. The recall is being done to fix a fault in the headlights. Only last week, we had reported about the famous German manufactur’s move to recall as many as 20,000 units of its Cayenne SUV  in China to fix a design defect in the headlights. Today, the manufacturer confirmed that approximately 1,00,000 units of the SUV need to be recalled globally, out of which 483 units are from India. The manufacturer’s in-house quality investigations came up with the finding that in rare circumstances, an incorrectly locked head-light module in these Cayennes can get detached. The required repairs will need just 45 minutes and the company will fix the issue free of cost. 

Source : Economic Times

Category: News

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Yatharth is an automotive design student and a keen follower of the happenings in the Indian automotive industry. He has been handed the task of keeping you abreast with the action in the Indian motoring sphere on a daily basis. He skips his breakfasts and ditches his girlfriends for the noble job.

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  1. neel says:

    Camry is quite famous since its introduction and has never given up the name still. It is considered to be the best compact sedan and is sold in almost all the countries. Speaking about its features, it is reasonable and good for the price it is obtained for.

  2. Kunal Saddal says:

    Germans are supposed to be faultless carmakers. Aren't they…

  3. Kunal Saddal says:

    Germans are supposed to be faultless carmakers. Aren't they…

  4. Vicky Singh says:

    Porsche is owned by VW group. A company that claims to be obsessed with quality through achieving perfection in engineering……………..

  5. Vicky Singh says:

    Porsche is owned by VW group. A company that claims to be obsessed with quality through achieving perfection in engineering……………..

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