The recalls keep on coming. Here’s another one involving the Suzuki SX4 that’s potentially more serious to others than its occupants. American Suzuki Motor Corporation has recalled around 70,000 units of the SX4 over some loose screws. Variants involved are hatchbacks made from 2007 to 2010 and sedans made from 2008 onwards.
The said loose screws are for the SX4’s outside rear view mirrors. The issue is that the three mounting screws that secure each mirror can come loose due to vibration and can fall off in the worst case scenario. Suzuki will replace the screws with newer, more secure locking items for free, of course.
Sounds minor, but no fault is too minor in the US, where manufacturers want to nip issues in the bud before something happens. Everyone wants to avoid being in the sticky situation Toyota has got itself in!