The Japanese based automaker Suzuki has recently announced a recall for the Verona, which is basically an expansion of an earlier recall.
According to the car manufacturer, approximately 26,000 units of the Suzuki Verona will be affected by this recall and their owners will have to take a trip back to the dealers because of a problem with the daytime running light modules, which can overheat and eventually lead to a fire, increasing the risk of injury.
This is apparently an expansion of an earlier recall announced by Suzuki, which was affecting the Forenza and the Reno, and this basically means that the affected cars will be all vehicles made by General Motors in South Korea. Despite the difficult problem in which the Verona is found, Suzuki says that no fires have been reported.
The company’s dealers will be inspecting the affected cars and make the necessary repairs / replacements, free of charge. This recall is involving the 2004 – 2006 model year Verona vehicles. Owners will be notified on the subject soon but for any extra details, they should contact their local Suzuki dealership. Keep in mind the American Suzuki Motor Corp has filed for bankruptcy in November 2012 and stopped selling cars in the United States.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 - filed under General Motors
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