Maruti Suzuki issues recollection for voluntary new-generation Swift and Dzire in India. They have been recalled in India about the possibility of any fault in the Airbag Controller Unit of these two cars. It will be examined by the company. Total 1279 unit vehicles have been recalled, of which 566 are Swift and 713 are Dzire. These vehicles have been produced from May 7 to July 5, 2018, which are part of this recall exercise. Automaker Maruti Suzuki has announced that the company will start this campaign from July 25, 2018 for which the owners of the vehicle will be contacted by the dealership and repair of the car will be done free of charge.
Customers have the option of logging on Maruti Suzuki’s website, which will have to enter the chassis number and the rest of your car, which is also a part of the same recalls. The vehicle’s chassis is printed on the id plate of the vehicle, and the car’s chassis number is also written on the vehicle’s invoice / registration card. To know whether your vehicle is included in this recall list or not. You can also contact your nearest Maruti Suzuki dealer. This is the second recall of Swift’s company this year, in May 2018, the company had also recalled 52,686 units of the new Swift and Maruti Baleno hatchback. At that time there was a problem in the car break vacuum hose.
Maruti Suzuki launched the new generation Swift in February this year and it has proved to be a blockbuster for the car automaker. The Desire was launched in the last 2017 and is also the best-selling subcompact sedan in India. Speaking of Swift, the company has sold more than a lakh units of this car in just 5 months. Recently, Maruti Suzuki has crossed the production figure of 2 million cars. The company took 34 years to achieve that milestone with the 20th millionth vehicle rolling out being a Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza AMT.