The country’s leading carmaker Maruti Suzuki has recalled its mid-size SUV car Grand Vitara, launched a few months ago. 11,177 units of this car have been included in this recall. The company has taken this decision due to the fault related to the seat belt.

Just last week, Maruti Suzuki also recalled some units of its models like the Alto K10, Brezza and Baleno. A total of 7,362 units of these three cars have been recalled, which were prepared by the company between December 8, 2022, and January 12, 2023.

According to Maruti, there is a possibility of some defect in the seat belt mounting bracket on the back seat of the Grand Vitara. Due to this, some fault is detected in the rear seat belt mounting bracket, which can become loose and stop working. To rectify this defect, the company has recalled many units of this model.

The units Maruti recalled of its Grand Vitara were manufactured between August 8, 2022, and November 15, 2022. Owners of these cars can get their vehicles tested at the company’s authorized dealership or workshop. If any deficiency is found, the company will fix it free of cost.

The Grand Vitara gets a 1.5 L Atkinson cycle petrol engine, capable of generating 79hp power and 141 Nm torque. Mild hybrid and strong hybrid techniques have also been used in this. This car is equipped with a lot of advanced features. It is available in Sigma, Delta, Alpha, Alpha, Zeta and Zeta Plus variants, with an initial ex-showroom price of Rs 10.45 lakh.

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