At the beginning of this week, The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) requested Renault to call back some of its Mégane II compacts and Scénic II crossovers imported in China.
The problem is the fact that some of the screws in the airbags of the Mégane II are reportedly fastened improperly. This may prevent the airbags from deploying correctly, such a malfunction being relatively high, while the Scenic II has a flaw in which the dashboard will display only a black screen, making it impossible to view vital driving information.
AQSIQ made the request in accordance with the Law on Import and Export Commodity Inspection and similar policies, pushing Renault to supply temporary measures to provide usability of its models. Owners of these two models are requested to contact an authorized dealer and report the problems to be dealt with as soon as possible. In case the cars experience any problems related to the aforementioned problems, a report would be submitted to the local Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau. Meanwhile, Renault dealers are being monitored by the bureaus to ensure that any potential complaints are dealt with smoothly.