Suzuki was Called for Recalls

Ford Motor Corporation is not the only car maker to have millions of cars to recall this year. The Japanese car maker Suzuki is also on the run to recall several car models

Suzuki Motor Corporation is the second largest small car maker in Japan. And this time, they are set to recall it 2006 and 2007 Forenza and Reno sedans with noted problems on front seat belts which can be dangerous during a front crash.

The Japanese auto maker will be recalling 75,697 vehicles in North America and few are also found on Puerto Rico. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) calls for the recall. You can have the complete comprehensive report about this matter on their official website. According to NHTSA, these Suzuki cars are difficult to latch into the buckle and can pop up if under strain. This might be a cause of huge injury during a crash.

The dealers of Suzuki will be the one to handle the recalls. The letter from NHTSA was delivered to Suzuki Motor Corporation last July 23 to the dealers by Masatoshi Ichikawa, the general manager of the Suzuki production in Hamamatsu City, Japan. American Suzuki Motor Corporation did not answer back the letter. The office of Suzuki is based in

The Japanese car maker will be replacing all the front seat belts without asking payments from its customers. All the cars made by the GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Corporation will be sent to its dealership for recalls. GM owned 50.9% of Suzuki.  

According to the latest sales report released by the Autodata Corporation in Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, Suzuki was able to sell 48,579 units of 2006 Forenza and Reno in the US and about 17% increase from 2005 car sales. Now that’s a huge amount of cars to recall.

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