Russia’s standards agency stated on Wednesday it has been aware about the recall of 20,702 Toyota cars sold from March 2010 and May 2015. The cars, consisting the Alphard, Corolla, Auris and Yaris models, were likely recalled due to a possible issue with their airbags, the agency stated.
Russia’s standards agency stated on Friday it had been told about the voluntary recall of 4,794 Mercedes-Benz cars produced by German automaker Daimler and sold during 2014 to 2017. The regulator stated the factor for the recall was a possible issue with the airbag, it stated.
Russia’s standards agency stated on Tuesday it had been told about the voluntary recall of 11,003 Audi cars sold since 2017. The watchdog stated the reason for the recall by parent Volkswagen was a possible issue with the emergency call system.
Russia’s standards agency stated on Wednesday it had been told about the voluntary recall of 7,638 Lexus and Toyota cars sold between June 2015 to September 2016. The watchdog stated the reason for the recall was a potential microchip defect that could lead to an airbag malfunction. A range of Lexus and Toyota models had
Italian-American automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV will recall 10,355 Jeep Grand Cherokee sports utility vehicles that were sold in Russia to validate if their brake-booster shields were set up properly, Russia’s standards agency stated on Monday. The recall will affect cars sold from November 2011 to September 2014, the company stated.
Japanese automaker Nissan Motor has released recall of 6,944 Nissan Murano Z51 cars sold in Russia from June 2013 and November 2016, Russia’s standards agency, Rosstandart, stated. The cars are recalled because of a technical failure in power steering system, which the company will repair.
Russia’s standards agency, the Rosstandart, stated on Monday that the regional retailer of Nissan motors had informed it about the recall of 33,275 Nissan Qashqai cars because of possible risks of brake liquid leaks. On 12 December 2012, the Renault–Nissan Alliance established a joint venture with Russian Technologies (Alliance Rostec Auto BV) in order to
Mercedes-Benz, part of Daimler, has started a recall of 3,236 of its Sprinter Classic cars in Russia due to possible problems with the vehicle’s front wheels, Russian standards agency Rosstandart stated on Monday. The agency informed it had received notification from Mercedes-Benz and that the recall impacted Sprinter Classic cars sold from February and December
Russian standards firm Rosstandart stated on Wednesday it had been notified about a voluntary recall by German automaker BMW of 33,026 cars of the X3 F25 and X4 F26 models. BMW Russland Trading, the Russian unit of BMW Group, is recalling automobiles sold in between August 2010 and May 2016 to repair a problem with