As recall woes continue to affect the auto industry in India, General Motors has issued a recall notices to around 155,000 vehicles over battery issues in the country.
Reuters reports that in its largest recall in India, GM is taking back its small cars Beat, Spark and utility vehicle Enjoy, which were manufactured between 2007 and 2014, to workshops. The latest recall is limited to only those models that come fitted with remote keyless entry. The repair of the affected parts will be done free of cost at the authorised outlets of GM. The owners of the affected vehicles have been contacted by the company and the process will take nearly two hours.
"The remote keyless entry accessory meets all the relevant regulatory standards; however, GM India has been made aware of some isolated cases where certain Chevrolet Spark, Beat and Enjoy vehicles were fitted with a faulty accessory," Reuters quoted the company.
Recent Vehicle Recalls in India:
Toyota recalled 7,129 units of its executive sedan Corolla over faulty airbags.
Honda Car recalled 575 units of CR-V, which were manufactured in 2004, and 10,805 units of Accord that were made between 2003 and 2007 to fix a problem with airbags.
Mahindra recalled its XUV500 in India after users complained of alloy wheel breaks.
Maruti Suzuki recalled 19,780 units of Alto 800 and 13,318 units of Alto K10, which were manufactured between 8 December and 18 February, 2014, over faulty hand-door latch.