Chevrolet Cruze Recalled in India Over Faulty Ignition System, customers will contact shortly for quick repairs
General Motors India today announces a voluntary product recall for a limited range of its Chevrolet Cruze vehicles. Chevrolet says that some vehicles have experienced loss of ignition or engine stall at low vehicle speeds. The recall affects Chevrolet Cruze vehicles manufactured between model years 2009, 2010 and 2011. .
Chevrolet says that the inspection and recommended repairs or replacement of the parts will be commenced once the car is taken to the service station. The repairs are estimated to take no more than one hour. Affected Chevrolet Cruze customers will be asked to take their vehicles to their nearest Chevrolet service dealership for inspection after a prior appointment has been booked with them.
Chevrolet says that this or any other potential issue will be corrected as soon as possible and will a part of their commitment to customer satisfaction. This is a voluntary recall does not affect the safety of the vehicle. However, Chevrolet wants to be safe for the perfect customers experience and provide the right performance for their vehicles.
Chevrolet is working closely with its service network to make the entire inspection and correction exercise as smooth as possible. This will include an option of pick up and drop of the vehicle from the residential address of the affected owners. Customers are also requested to contact their nearest Chevrolet dealership if they don’t get heads up soon.
As always, the affected vehicles will be repaired free of charge at all General Motors India service centers across the country. The Cruze was recently refreshed in the year 2015 and is known as the MY 2016 Cruze. The new model has nothing to do with the recall as the older models are affected. Previous models had the different diesel engine that made 150 PS. The new one is the FAM-Z 2.0l diesel engine with 166 PS.