Porsche Is Recalling Nearly 12,000 Taycan Cars Due To Faulty Warning Lights
Luxury car company Porsche is calling for a recall of around 12,000 units of its Taycan car model due to findings that they may contain a defect on the pre-collision automatic hazard warning lights that come in each vehicle.
According to an online report, engineers informed Porsche a few weeks back that its Taycan model units have a faulty pre-collision automatic hazard warning lights component that does not meet the regulatory guidelines set forth by federal officials.
Porsche Taycan 2020-2021 Cars Recall Details
Consider The Consumer has listed down the following relevant information regarding this latest Porsche Taycan Pre-Collision Automatic Hazard Warning Light Recall:
- The number of Taycan cars being recalled is pegged at nearly 12,000 affected units;
- The recalled Porsche Taycan models are released in 2020 and 2021 respectively;
- It is believed that the defect involves the installed pre-collision automatic hazard warning lights activating during non-emergency situations;
- The faulty lights may instigate confusion in drivers while they are on the road;
- Porsche has promised to reach out to affected Taycan owners by sending a recall notice to eligible consumers in early December; and
- Drivers of the defective Taycan cars may bring their vehicle to any authorized Porsche dealer to help with the repairs.
Editor’s Note on Porsche Taycan Pre-Collision Automatic Hazard Warning Light Recall:
This article aims to give you the latest recall announcement from Porsche involving its Taycan car models and how they possibly have a defective warning lights component that does not meet government guidelines. We also suggest you the Nissan Altima Headlight Settlement.
Case Name(s) & No.(s): Porsche Taycan Pre-Collision Automatic Hazard Warning Light Recall
Reason: Taycan car models released in 2020 and 2021 contained a defective warning lights system that may pose a danger to drivers.
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