Maruti Suzuki recently offered to inspect 56,663 units of WagonR and 78,222 units of Baleno for a possible issue with the fuel pump and provide a Faulty part replacement, free of cost to its customers who have purchased WagonR (1 Litre) manufactured between November 15th 2018 and October 15th 2019 and Baleno (Petrol) manufactured between January 8th 2019 and November 4th 2019.
A total of 134,885 vehicle owners of both Baleno and WagonR models can avail the offer. Maruti Suzuki said, “Owners of the suspected vehicles under this recall campaign will be contacted by authorized dealers in due course of time. Customers of suspected vehicles can also visit the ‘Imp Customer Info’ section on the Maruti Suzuki’s website (www.marutisuzuki.com) for WagonR and www.nexaexperience.com for Baleno and fill in their vehicles chassis number (MA3 or MBH, followed by 14-digit alpha-numeric number) to check if their vehicle needs any attention and follow the instructions”.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) also recently announced to recall around 6,500 units of its premium hatchback Glanza to offer the Glanza owners replacement of faulty fuel pumps.
Last year, Maruti had offered 63,493 vehicle owners of its petrol SHVS of Ciaz, Ertiga and XL6 inspection service to find out a possible issue with the Motor Generator Unit (MGU). It had then said, “In the interest of its customers, Maruti Suzuki has decided to proactively recall the vehicles for inspection and those found OK will be released immediately. Vehicles requiring replacement of faulty part will be retained for part replacement free of cost. Keeping in view customer convenience, Maruti Suzuki dealers may make alternate mobility arrangements in such cases, if required”.