Two manufacturers, Citroen and Bentley, have issued recalls this week for vehicles needing to visit a dealer.
Citroen C4 Aircross SUVs sold between January 2, 2013, and December 31, 2013, need to be presented to an authorised Citroen dealer for an inspection and repair if necessary due to an issue with corrosion.
It appears the parking brake lever and actuating spindle on the rear callipers may corrode which, if corrosion occurs, may cause the parking brake to not work effectively which can increase the risk of causing an accident and serious injury.
Citroen Australia will be contacting known affected owners by mail or concerned owners can check if their vehicle is affected by the recall here using their VIN.
The second and final recall this week comes from Bentley for Mulsanne and Mulsanne Speed vehicles sold between November 19, 2012, and April 15, 2018.
The vehicles in question may have an issue with the body mounting panels of the rear seat belt buckle anchorages which may employ an incorrect grade of material.
This could result in the seat belt anchorages being unable to fulfil the load requirements if the rear centre seat is occupied at the same time as an outer seat. In the event of an accident, there is an increased risk that the rear seat belt buckle could become detached from the body structure causing injury in the process.
Concerned customers are urged to contact Bentley on 02 8046 6202 or can check if their vehicle is affected by the recall here using their VIN.
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