This Chevrolet car has airbag fault due to which the company has recalled it so that it can be fixed
Chevrolet may have closed its business in India, but right now some cars of this company are seen running on Indian road. It was a matter of pride to have a Chevrolet Cruze sedan in it but later sideline it as well. However, even after shutting down its business in India, the company has continued to support its customers and in this episode has announced the recall of some cruise models to check the faulty airbags.
On Tuesday, Chevrolet India has informed that cruise models from 2009 to 2017 are being recalled to check if there are any faults in their Takata airbags. This is part of a worldwide recall that has affected many cars and manufacturers.
Chevrolet has informed that in the last few months, 12,000 models have been tested in India and the Faulty part has been replaced. The company’s vice president, Markus Sternberg, said that there are still some customers who have not had the opportunity to get their car tested. Chevrolet appeals to all those customers to get their vehicle checked as soon as possible so that they can enjoy safe driving.
The Chevrolet Cruze was launched in 2009
Let us know that the Chevrolet Cruze was launched in India in 2009. This car was introduced at an initial price of Rs 14 lakh and was well liked by the people due to its sporty look and exciting drive capability. It was given a 2.0-liter diesel engine and there was also an option to select the automatic transmission box. This sedan car had a tough competition with vehicles like Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla. However, later it became difficult for the company to stay in the Indian market and its production was halted in 2017.
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