Kochi: Indian multinational automotive manufacturing company Mahindra has recalled 29,878 vehicles. The action was taken following the discovery of a defect in the fluid pipe. The fault was found in the pickup trucks manufactured from January 2020 to February 2021.Owners can inspect the vehicles free of charge at the nearest company service center.
The company said it would fix the problem for free of charge. The company's disclosure is in the stock market filing. Those who buy pickup trucks during this period will be called directly from the dealership for inspections. Users can also access the service centers directly.The company has made it clear that it always prioritizes the needs of its customers.
Mahindra had recalled the vehicles last month following a malfunction in the diesel engines manufactured at the Nashik factory. Less than 600 vehicles manufactured between June 21 and July 2, 2021 were recalled for inspection. In February, 1,577 diesel Thar vehicles were recalled following a fault in the camshaft.