French automaker Renault is recalling more than 60,000 cars that it had exported to China citing problems with the vehicles’ fuel level sensors. The news stunned industry observers who had no idea that the French automaker was capable of selling 60,000 cars worldwide, let alone in a single nation.
The recall impacts 61,508 Koleos SUVs made from December 16, 2008 and July 10, 2012. Renault says it will replace the fuel sensors that do not display the true fuel levels free of charge. This recall comes just two months after Renault’s recall of 5,097 Koleos SUVs due to French welding, which turns out not to be up to Chinese standards.
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