In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 02nd, July, 2020

Volvo Remembers 2.2 Million Automobiles Worldwide Due To ‘Extraordinarily Uncommon’ Seatbelt Fault

Volvo Recalls 2.2 Million Cars Worldwide Due To 'Extremely Rare' Seatbelt Fault



Volvo Automobiles has suprised the motoring world by confirming its new transfer to recall 2.2 million automobiles throughout the globe attributable to an ‘extraordinarily uncommon’ seatbelt security problem, which is able to impression nearly 170,000 UK registered automobiles.

The recall is the Swedish model’s largest ever and applies to passengers automobiles manufactured between 2006 and 2018, the eight affected fashions are the S60, S60 Cross Nation, V60, V60 Cross Nation, XC60, V70, XC70, and S80. All of these fashions are earlier, fairly than current-generation automobiles.


Volvo is recalling the automobiles attributable to a securing cable that may undergo fatigue, weakening the motion of the seatbelts.

Volvo says that cases of the fault manifesting are “extraordinarily uncommon”, however that “in excessive instances, harm to the cable, which is situated in a rubber sleeve on the skin of the seats, might lead to diminished seat belt restraint perform.”

Volvo has obtained no studies from wherever on the planet of accidents or accidents attributable to the fault. The agency added: “We apologise for the inconvenience brought about to our clients, and are grateful for his or her cooperation as we glance to carry out this precautionary motion.”


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