Toyota IMC recalls 1719 Corolla Altis Grande units

03:55 PM | 30 May, 2018
Toyota IMC recalls 1719 Corolla Altis Grande units
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KARACHI -  Toyota Indus Motors has recalled 1,719 Toyota Corolla Altis 1.8L Grande cars, which the company shipped between August 2015 and March 2016.

This fourth recall in a period of thirteen months takes the accumulative recalls of Toyota Corolla vehicles by Indus Motors to a staggering 16,719 units, according to the figures put forth by a leading daily.

The vehicles sold during the time mentioned above, house front airbag sensors which over the time could malfunction leading the warning light to appear and due to this, there are chances that at the time of the accident the airbag of driver side might not deploy.

In February 2017, IMC had recalled 9,896 Toyota Corolla XLI, GLi, Altis and Altis Grande vehicles (2016-17 models) due to faulty brakes; in June 2017 another 2,700 Corolla XLI, GLI, Altis and Altis Grande models were recalled after finding the mounting bolts of the front seats to be improperly tightened, Dawn News reported.

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Toyota Corolla car is a top-seller sedan in Pakistan for the past many years now. IMC sold 52,676 units of Corolla in the fiscal year 2016-17, while in April,  it sold 4,946 units.

Aside from recalling the car for service, the company has suspended the booking of cars for non-filers. IMC, a few days back.

It issued a public notice encouraging its buyers to change their status from non-filer to filer to avoid delivery delays or cancellations of vehicle orders.