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Maruti Suzuki issues recall for 5900 Super Carry LCV

Parichay Malvankar
Written by Parichay Malvankar

The only such commercial vehicle in their product portfolio, Maruti Suzuki has issued a voluntary recall for the Super Carry. A rival to the likes of Tata Ace & Mahindra Maxximo, the 5900 units of the Super Carry LCV have been recalled to rectify potential manufacturing defects.

Maruti Suzuki states that this is a global recall for the Super Carry.

The Super Carry might have a defect in the fuel filter. Hence, units manufactured during the period 26/04/2018 – 1/08/2018 have been recalled. Also, cars which got their fuel filter replaced during this period are also subject to this recall. So clearly, the fuel filter sourced has been a faulty unit, and hence needs replacement.

Maruti Suzuki will contact owners from 26/12/2018 so that they can bring their cars for inspection, and get a part replacement free of cost.

Customers can also check if their Super Carry is falling under this list of recall from the official website by filling in their vehicle chassis number.