Mahindra Recall: If you have bought a Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) vehicle in the last month or this month, then this news is for you. Because Mahindra has recalled about 600 diesel cars i.e. brought them back from the customers. The company suspects a malfunction in the engine of these cars.
Mahindra recalls 600 vehicles
Mahindra says that the engine fault of these diesel vehicles was noticed due to which the company has decided to recall them. The number of these vehicles is close to 600. These vehicles were made between 21 June and 2 July 2021 at the company’s Nashik plant. Let us tell you that before this, a defect was also found in the diesel variant of Mahindra’s most popular Thar.
Engine failure of diesel vehicles
The company will investigate and replace the faulty diesel engines of these 600 recalled vehicles. It has been said from Mahindra that there is a suspicion of premature failure of the engine parts due to contaminated fuel found at the factory on a particular date and filled in a fixed batch. Mahindra, however, did not specify which models of the company had these faults. In a regulatory filing, Mahindra has said that this process is applicable for a limited batch of fewer than 600 vehicles manufactured between June 21 and July 2, 2021. is for.
No money will be taken from customers
Mahindra says that no money will be taken from the customers for any kind of inspection and repair in the engine of the vehicles, it will be absolutely free for them. The company will personally contact the customers and inform them about this. Let us tell you that M&M is the fifth-largest auto manufacturing company in the country. It currently manufactures utility vehicles like Thar, Scorpio, Marazzo, and XUV 300 at its Nashik plant.
Mahindra just last week launched its new SUV, the Bolero Neo, which is an updated version of the TUV300 SUV. Apart from this, Mahindra is soon set to launch the XUV 700, an upgraded version of its flagship SUV XUV 500, in a new avatar.