Maruti Suzuki has announced a service campaign on its Nexa website to inspect and fix a possible issue with the car's brake vacuum hose.
The manufacturer will contact owners via their dealers starting May 14 to replace the possibly faulty part which was fitted on the Swift and Baleno hatchbacks that were manufactured between December 1, 2017 and March 16, 2018 – a total of 52,686 units.
As is usually the case in mass recalls such as these, if a replacement is required, it will be performed by the automaker, free of cost. Owners of the Swift and Baleno models can use this link to find out if this mass recall affects their car. All they need to do is fill their car’s chassis number into the form provided.
In other news, the company is expected to launch a number of models this year, including the second-genation Ertiga MPV, an updated Vitara Brezza compact SUV and the third-generation WagonR – Maruti’s tall-boy hatch.