Mahindra owned Ssangyong has issued a recall notice for four models due to defective ball joints which may cause the wheels to separate from axle.
Following recall of Chevrolet Enjoy MPV by General Motors India earlier this year, the company has now issued a recall notice for petrol variants of Chevrolet Beat manufactured prior to July 2010.
Mahindra & Mahindra is recalling 2,300 units of Scorpio, XUV500 and Xylo over faulty pressure regulating valves.
170,000 units of Toyota Camry are being recalled globally due to a faulty ball joint which could lead to loss of control of the car.
Honda Cars India Ltd., has recalled 2,338 units of Brio hatchback, Amaze sedan, and CR-V SUV manufactured between September 2011 and July 2014.
Honda Motors, the noted Japanese automakers, along with Nissan and Toyota are set to recall millions of cars globally. As far as India is concerned, it is the now discontinued Accord sedan which has been affected by this recall. Some of the Indian variants of Honda Accord which were manufactured between August 2000 and December 2005 will be recalled due to faulty airbags.