April 2017 recall round-up: Faulty Honda airbags, Renault clutch problems and problematic Peugeots
It's been a significant few weeks for car recalls, with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) issuing national alerts for more than 225,000 vehicles. The recalls affect some of Britain's favourite cars and includes the BMW 3 Series, Honda Jazz and Vauxhall Corsa.
Volkswagen is also recalling 3800 cars over a seat belt and airbag problem, while Citroen, Honda, BMW and Vauxhall are issuing national alerts over airbag faults.
There are also some significant issues with Porsche and Maserati, with the later recalling the Ghibli and Quattroporte over a fuel leak. The 911 is also subject to a national recall, because the windscreen may have been fitted with insufficient bonding product. As a result there is a possibility that the windscreen could detach from the vehicle in the event of an accident.
Recalls in full
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