Cristi Landy, Chevrolet marketing director for small cars speaks during the debut of the 2014 Chevy Cruze Clean Turbo Diesel at the Chicago Auto Show in this file photo
Cristi Landy, Chevrolet marketing director for small cars speaks during the debut of the 2014 Chevy Cruze Clean Turbo Diesel at the Chicago Auto Show in this file photoReuters

There seems to be faulty snags hitting vehicles with 'C' nomenclature. Soon after the giant automaker Maruti recalled its recently launched Ciaz model in the Indian market over faulty gearbox, now General Motors is also taking back its executive sedan Cruze to its workshops.

If a recent report of CarToq is to be believed, GM has silently initiated a recall programme in India for its flagship sedan Cruze to fix a problem with the PVC bracket that holds the wiring in place in the engine bay.

The company has reportedly started communicating with the owners of affected vehicles in the country and the replacement of the faulty part will be done free of cost at the company's dealerships. However, the company is yet to release an official statement on the same.

The car makers recalling vehicles in India is not something new. Recently, Maruti Suzuki, the country's largest car maker recalled its newly launched Ciaz sedan to fix a problem with the clutch operation system.

Recent Vehicle Recalls in India


Earlier this month, another car maker Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) issued a voluntary recall of 5,834 units of its Corolla Altis diesel variants in India to rectify a problem with the powertrain.

Ford India recently summoned 3,072 units of Fiesta to fix the problem with glow plug control module.

SUV maker Mahindra & Mahindra recalled 2,300 units of its popular SUVs Scorpio and XUV500, and multi-purpose vehicle Xylo to fix a problem with the vacuum pump in engines.

German luxury auto maker Audi recalled 6,758 units of A4 sedans to update its airbag control unit software.


Honda cars recalled 2,338 units of its hatchback Brio, compact sedan Amaze and sports-utility vehicle CR-V to fix a problem with the faulty airbag in October.

Nissan India recalled around 9,000 units of Micra and Sunny, which were manufactured between 2008 and 2012 to replace faulty airbag.


Honda recalled over 1,075 units of Honda Accord and 252 units of Honda CR-V over faulty airbags.

Mahindra & Mahindra, India's SUV maker recalled 23,519 units of its iconic Scorpio in the country over a faulty pressure regulating valves.


Hyundai Motor India recalled 2,437 units of Santa FE SUV in the country to fix a problem with the Stop Lamp Switch.


Earlier, Maruti Suzuki had recalled 1,03,311 units of Ertiga, Swift and DZire in India to fix a problem with the fuel-filler neck. The recall included 47,237 units of its popular hatchback Swift, 42,481 units of its sedan DZire and 13,593 units of its multi-passenger vehicle, Ertiga, which were manufactured between 12 November 2013 and 4 February 2014.

Toyota India had also issued a recall for 45,000 units of its multi-utility vehicle (MPV) Innova, which were manufactured between February 2005 and December 2008, over a problem with the steering column.

Till date, General Motors India has had the biggest recall in the country. The company recalled 1.14 lakh units of the Chevrolet Tavera in July last year, which were manufactured between 2005 and 2013 to fix the issues related to emissions and specifications.