According to xinhuanet, Chinese SUV maker Great Wall Motor will recall 17,916 Hover CUVs starting from November 25 for a problem founded on their steering gears.
These vehicles were made by Great Wall Motor between April 1, 2005 and July 28, 2006.
According to the recall report submitted by Great Wall Motor to China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (GAQSIQ), some of these Hover CUVs made during that period have oil leakage from their steering gears and oil blockage in the left cavity, which leads to abnormal oil pressure of the power booster and difficult steering for bend turning. This may cause safety hazards when the vehicle is taking the corners.
Great Wall Hover CUV customers can also call the hotline of the quality watchdog GAQSIQ or visit its website for more information on the Hover CUV recall.