Another 3,000 cars recalled in UAE over safety issues


An additional 3,000 cars have been recalled in UAE, and this time, auto dealers have targeted certain Mercedes Benz, Honda and Kia models.
UAE residents impacted by ongoing recalls have been urged to schedule a service appointment in order to have some defective parts fixed and ensure public safety. Any repairs to be made will be free of charge for the customers.
The Ministry of Economy has an ongoing safety campaign requiring vehicle dealers to review all their products, and as of the previous Gulf News report more than 13,000 sedans and sports utility vehicles have been called back.
This brings to a total of more than 16,000 cars included in the recall in June and July alone. (Gulf News)

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