Shanghai GM Recalls 6,365 Buick Enclave Models in China image

Shanghai General Motors Co announced that it recalls 6,365 imported Buicks Enclave in China because of a problem with the windscreen wipers.

Shanghai General Motors Co., Ltd. submitted a recall report to the State General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, to recall 6,365 Buick Enclave models imported in China. The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine published on its website that the cars are being recalled for faulty windscreen wipers that could hinder the driver’s view of the road and lead to dangerous situations under extreme circumstances. The recalled cars were produced between January 17th, 2010, and March 5th, 2012, and they are to be brought back beginning with April 9th.

From April 9th Buick’s special after-sales service center will have to contact with the user within the range, to arrange for inspection matters. There will be also a free customer service hotline were the customers will be offered advice and booking service and users can also log in to the website of the AQSIQ for more details.