Indus Motor Company has recalled of its Toyota Corolla vehicles fourth time, numbering to around 1,719 for Corolla Altis 1.8L Grande delivered between August 2015 and March 2016. This fourth recall in a time of thirteen months takes the aggregate reviews of Toyota Corolla vehicles by Indus Motors to 16,719 units.
The organization advised the purchasers it was seeking after a unique administration crusade for 1,719 Toyota Corolla Altis Grande 1.8L models specified previously.
Vehicles have front Airbag sensors which could after some time breakdown making its notice light up with a chance the driver’s side airbag will not deploy if there should arise an occurrence of accident.
Likewise, Indus Motor Co. had issued recalls of around 2,500 Toyota Corolla 1.8L Altis Grande in February 2018 for models produced between August 2015 and January 2016 which were furnished with front airbag sensors. The organization announced the sensors could breakdown with time, which could constrain the airbag cautioning light to enlighten with a shot the driver’s side airbag not be appropriately deployed if there should be an occurrence of accident.
Additionally, in June 2017 IMC issued a recall under an extraordinary service campaign for 2,700 Toyota Corolla cars subsequent to running over a blame where the front mounting electrical discharges front seats might not have been fixed properly. The issue was found in 410 1.6l Altis, 268 Altis and Altis Grande, 2,082 Corolla XLI and GLI models of these Toyota cars.
In February 2017, the driver’s side airbag was not appropriately sent if there should be an occurrence of a mischance, IMC had issued a review for Toyota Corolla car models for 2016-17 1.3L XLi/GLi, 1.6 Altis and 1.8L Altis and Altis Grande.
IMC had cautioned in those days that the previously mentioned models may have broken brakes and asked for the influenced proprietors to convey their vehicles for investigating to the closest company service centre.