Maruti Suzuki Recalls Over 17,000 Cars 

Those who have bought an Alto K10, S-Presso, Eeco, Brezza, Baleno or Grand Vitara, with a manufacturing date between December 8, 2022, and January 12, 2023, pay attention. Maruti Suzuki has triggered a voluntary recall of 17,362 units, comprising the models mentioned above, to check for a possible issue with the Airbag Controller. If it isn’t working seamlessly, in which case it may result in the non-deployment of the airbags and seat belt pretensioners in the event of a crash, the carmaker will run a free-of-cost rectification. And since airbags play a vital role in passenger safety, it is advised not to drive the vehicles until the inspection is complete. To know whether your car falls under this service campaign, you can either visit Maruti Suzuki’s website and enter the chassis number or get in touch with the nearest authorised dealership.

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