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40,453 Maruti Suzuki Eeco minivans to be recalled over faulty headlamps


India’s largest carmaker will recall 40,453 units of Maruti Suzuki Eeco minivan, over a possible issue of standard symbol missing on the headlamp. The affected Maruti Suzuki Eeco models were manufactured between 4th November 2019 and 25th February 2020, as informed by the automaker in a statement.

The affected Maruti Suzuki Eeco minivans will be inspected and if required will get replaced headlamps free of cost at the company’s authorized dealerships, as the automaker has said.

The owners of the affected Maruti Eeco models will be contacted by Maruti Suzuki authorized dealers.

Alternatively, affected customers of the Maruti Suzuki Eeco models can also visit the ‘Imp Customer Info’ section on the official company website and check if their vehicles are covered under the campaign, by submitting their vehicles’ chassis number (MA3 followed by 14-digit alpha-numeric number).

Maruti Suzuki Eeco minivan is one of the bestselling models among the cargo carrying and fleet segment buyers. The Eeco has always been among the top 10 selling cars every month. In October 2020 as well, the Maruti Suzuki Eeco sold 13,309 units as compared to 10,011 units recorded in October 2019, marking 33% YoY growth.

Maruti Suzuki earlier this year in July, announced a recall campaign for the WagonR tallboy hatchback and Baleno premium hatchback. Both the affected models were recalled over a faulty fuel pump issue. Under this recall campaign, a total of 134,885 cars were affected, comprising 56,663 units of WagonR hatchbacks and 78,222 units of Balenos.

The affected Maruti Suzuki WagonR 1.0L models were built between 15th November 2018 and 15th October 2019, while the affected Baleno petrol models were manufactured between 8th January 2019 and 4th November 2019.

Also Read: Top 10 selling cars in October 2020: Kia Sonet makes it to the list

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