General Motors Recalls 101,597 Units Of Chevrolet Beat (Spark) Diesel In India


General Motors India has declared a review of 1,01,597 units of the Chevrolet Beat to supplant a broken grip pedal lever that could split with consistent use. This review influences just the diesel variation of the Beat made between December 2010 and July 2014. The organization has expressed that it will check these vehicles and if vital supplant the grasp pedal lever.



General Motors said in an announcement, "The organization has begun deliberately advising proprietors of the Beat Diesel to take their autos to any of Chevrolet's 248 approved administration focuses crosswise over India."The repairs will be made complimentary at Chevrolet's approved administration focuses and clients can contact their closest Chevrolet dealership and calendar an arrangement for vehicle assessment and amendment.

Proprietors ought to hold up to get the review notice, or contact Chevrolet India as takes after:

Telephone: 1-800-3000-8080

Email: gmi.cac@gm.com

"Quality and consideration are our most elevated needs and we are focused on putting clients at the focal point of all that we do. In the event that we predict a potential issue, we guarantee that it is adjusted as quickly as time permits, as a major aspect of our complete duty to consumer loyalty," General Motors India said in an announcement.

This is the second review done by General Motors in India. Prior in July, the organization had reviewed Spark, Beat, and Enjoy to settle the issue of keyless section. There was an issue with the locking and opening of the auto.

The last real review Chevrolet made was in 2013 to alter discharges and detail issues of the Chevrolet Tavera. This year be that as it may, is by all accounts finishing with a considerable measure of reviews from distinctive organizations. Honda as of late reviewed around 90,000 units of the City and Mobilio to alter a fuel return channel and just before that, they reviewed right around 4,000 units of the Honda City CVT variation to upgrade the product that controls the transmission.

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