March 2017 recall round-up: Broken Vauxhall steering racks, Jaguar fuel leaks and Lambo fires
It’s been a busy few weeks for car recalls, with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) issuing national alerts for 10 cars. The recalls affect some of the UK’s best-selling cars and include the Jaguar XE, Renault Clio and Vauxhall Corsa.
The largest is for the Renault Clio with 68,552 cars, built between 2012 and 2015, being recalled over a windscreen wiper issue. Vauxhall is recalling thousands of Corsas too, due to electrical short circuiting and a steering rack problem.
Jaguar has also issued an alert for XE. The recall affects more than 3100 diesel XEs and relate to a fuel leak that can result in a fire. There are also fire risks with the £270,000 Aventador, with Lamborghini recalling 541 cars over a problem that may result in contact between fuel vapour and hot engine gasses.
March recalls in full
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