Recall roundup: Two Porsche Cayennes image

Porsche has recently issued a recall for no more than two units of the Cayenne, because of some issues with the suspension system.

No, there is no typo here because Porsche has announced a recall for just two units of the Cayenne. Yes, you read well, two units. According to the car manufacturer, the vehicles in question are the subject of a recall because of a problem spotted to the suspension alignment on the front and rear axles. If this is ignored, handling will be affected and it will increase the risk of a crash.

“Due to a manufacturing error, the suspension alignment on the front and rear axles may not have been performed correctly and the screw connections of the camber, toe and caster may not have been tightened with the specified torque”, says the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in its recall summary of the problem.

The affected Porsche Cayennes are from the 2015 model year and they have been produced between the 26th of November, 2014, and the 27th of November, 2014. These are a Cayenne Diesel and a Cayenne S. Owners of these two models will be notified by Porsche and the company’s dealers will be performing the front and rear suspension alignment and check the screw connections for the proper torque, at no costs for the owners. If you happen to own one of the two vehicles recall, you should contact the company’s customer service at 1 800 767 7243 or the NHTSA hotline at 1 888 327 4236.