Two months ago, Honda has called back nearly 60000 units of its City variant in India and it looks like its Maruti Suzuki’s turn now. The company on Wednesday announced that it found a problem in the ‘connecting rod bolt’ and hence is calling back 13,157 diesel cars. Unlike most other cases, this call back ranges across different car models, Swift, Swift Dzire and Ritz. However, it is Swift that is most affected (6841 units), then DZire (4505) and then the Ritz.
If you have purchase any of the above Diesel variant manufactured between November 13 2010 and December 4, 2010, you should be getting a call from your dealer asking you to appear for an inspection (I mean, your car).
Dealers have already been informed about the problem and are asked to contact the car owners.
If the dealers found any problem with your car’s connecting rod bolt, it will be replaced free of cost.