General Motors have recalled 101,597 units of the Chevrolet Beat diesel to check the clutch pedal lever and replace if needed. The company said that the clutch pedal lever in these units are vulnerable to cracking on continuous usage. The batch of diesel-engine powered Chevrolet Beat units manufactured in the period between December 2010 and July 2014 are alleged to participate in this recall.
The repair and replacement of the components will be done free of cost at Chevrolet’s authorized service centers across the country. Car owners can contact their nearest Chevrolet dealership and schedule an appointment for vehicle inspection and correction. General Motors is working closely with their service network to address the recall and provide the solution and to keep the procedure as efficient as possible.
How much sense does it make for the December 2010 Beat owners dragged into this recall? Well, they get a new clutch pedal lever! It took long for the GM guys to realize the faulty components. So drop your Beat at the nearest Chevy store! Previously Honda has recalled 90,210 diesel units of the City and Mobilio for the replacement of their fuel return pipe. A massive recall of 3,23,700 units from the Volkswagen Group marked this years biggest recall of 2015.