Recalls this week include a range of Skoda models, Mercedes Benz passenger cars and Ford Kugas which suffer from a range of issues.
First cabs off the rank are a multitude of Skodas - Fabia, Roomster, Rapid, Yeti, Octavia, Superb and Kodiaq – all ranging in model years from 2013 to 2018 and all suffering from the all too familiar defective airbag inflator.
Customers are encouraged to contact Skoda if they think their vehicle might be affected, VIN numbers can be checked here. Alternately, a website has been set up for vehicle owners to check if they have been affected by the defective airbags.
Next on the recall list are Mercedes Benz passenger cars - C43, C63 and E63- which could suffer from the laser welding between the backrest member and backrest fitting detaching. The recall concerns cars sold between 1 October 2017 - 31 March 2018.
Customers can contact their nearest Mercedes Benz dealer if they are concerned and visit the Product Safety website for more information.
Finally, a number of Ford Kuga vehicles built between December 13, 2014 and September 25, 2015 may suffer from an engine oil leak. Ford will be contacting registered owners of affected vehicles by mail and advising them to contact their Ford dealership.
Kuga owners can check their VIN by clicking here.
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