Tata Motors’ JLR to recall 6,438 vehicles in China for defective seat belts
The recall by te Tata Motors affects 1,554imported 2016-2017 Range Rover and 3,438 imported 2016-2017 Range Rover sport series vehicles
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Beijing: Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover will recall 6,438 vehicles in China due to defective safety belts.
The recall affects 1,554imported 2016-2017 Range Rover and 3,438 imported 2016-2017 Range Rover sport series manufactured between 12 July- 26 October, China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine said in a statement. The recall will begin from 24 February.
The affected vehicles also include 1,132 imported 2017 Jaguar XE manufactured between 13 July-7 December, and 314 imported in 2017 Jaguar F-TYPE manufactured between 19 July- 16 December.
The defective safety belts may not function when vehicles are involved in collisions, said the statement. The automaker will check all the affected vehicles and replace defective parts free of charge, the statement said.