Porsche has recently issued a recall affecting the 911, the Cayman and the Boxster because of a problem with the lock bracket for the front cargo area.
A new voluntary safety recall has been recently issued by Porsche which is covering the 911, the Cayman and the Boxster. The German based automaker has announced it because of a problem with the lock bracket for the front cargo area, which has been discovered during a routine in-house quality check.
“Porsche is conducting a voluntary safety recall to replace the lock bracket on the front hood. Ongoing internal quality inspection procedures found that while these vehicles pass all current strength requirements, it was determined that these specific parts may not meet Porsche-specific quality standards throughout the life cycle of the vehicle”, said the company in its official press release.
There are a total of 4,428 vehicles affected by this problem and out of these, 1,382 are currently found in the United States. The vehicles are limited to 2014 and 2015 model years. No accidents or injuries have been reported to Porsche related to this condition. The company will be notifying owners of these vehicles of the recall and the replace will be made free of charge, taking approximately half an hour. For more details on the subject, owners should contact their local Porsche representative.