A voluntary recall has been issued by Ford India for the Figo hatchback, Freestyle crossover, Aspire sub-compact sedan and the previous-gen Endeavour SUV. The recall of the smaller Figo-based trio is to inspect the Battery Monitoring System (BMS) wiring harnesses. Meanwhile, Ford wants to inspect the front airbag inflators of 22,690 previous-gen Endeavours manufactured at its Chennai plant between February 2004 and September 2014.
Although Ford has not given an exact number for the Figo, Aspire and the Freestyle the affected vehicles were manufactured at Ford’s Sanand plant between September 2017 and April 2019.
Wondering how to check if your Ford car is on of the affected? Don’t worry. The carmaker says that individual customers will be informed and requested to bring their car to the Ford dealership for the checkup.
To know more about the recall, check out the official statement below:
Ford India Statement | July 19, 2019:
Ford India is voluntarily inspecting front airbag inflators on 22,690 previous-generation Ford Endeavour vehicles, made at the company’s Chennai plant between February 2004 and September 2014.
The company is also carrying an inspection of Battery Monitoring System (BMS) wiring harnesses installation for all vehicles made at Ford’s Sanand plant between September 2017 and April 2019. These include Freestyle, New Figo and New Aspire.
Individual customers will be informed and requested to bring their car to the Ford dealership. These voluntary inspections are in line with the company’s commitment to ensure complete peace-of-mind to its customers and long-term durability of their vehicles.