Another day, another auto recall that may expose you and your loved ones to major car crash risks.
According to the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, thousands of Azera cars are being recalled over a possible crash concern that could expose you and your loved ones to major risks. The recalled vehicles listed under the latest NHTSA report include all units of the 2007 and 2008 Azera units manufactured between March 7 through August 1, 2007.
Since these recalled units come with power-adjustable front driver seats that may move unexpectedly even if the driver hasn’t moved the seats, the driver may end up experience difficulties controlling the vehicle. This loss of control may eventually lead to a crash.
According to the official announcement, Hyundai will be contacting impacted car owners directly on October 28 and after that date. Once you’re contacted, the power-adjustable seat switch will be replaced entirely for free so the issue at hand may be avoided.
Consumers in Washington with the recalled vehicles should contact Hyundai if they have any questions or concerns related to the recall. Do not wait until an injury or crash has occurred for you to reach out to the manufacturer.
Even Luxury Cars Get Recalled
According to the NHTSA, another recall campaign has been launched recently, and this campaign impacts a series of Maserati vehicles.
The official report shows that all units of the 2015 Ghibli vehicles manufactured in the period between March 11 and Mary 14 of 2015 were produced with right and/or left front wheel bearings that may have been produced with insufficient hardness. If that’s the case, the bearings may experience premature failure.
Maserati has announced that all front wheel bearings in the recalled cars will be replaced entirely for free if necessary.
Consumers with the recalled vehicles will be contacted after September 30, 2016. Once you’re contacted, schedule a visit to a Maserati dealer to have the issue addressed.
You may reach out to Maserati customer service for more details on how to have this issue addressed by following this link. Obtain more details on the recall campaign through the NHTSA page.