Suzuki Alto recalled over fuel tank issue that can cause petrol leakage

Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) have recalled the 2019-2021 Alto because of a possible petrol filler neck issue (that can cause fuel leakage). Pakistan Suzuki Motor Company posted a public notice on its website advising 660CC Alto 2019-2021 owners to visit their local Suzuki dealership to have the problematic part replaced.

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PSMC believes the part is prone to rusting and corroding over time. Corrosion could lead to fuel leakage, which could be disastrous. The notice claims that the campaign is countrywide, however it is now only in Karachi.

It is unexpected problem which is raising questions regarding the quality control and testing of the car parts as 2019-2021 are almost new cars. Suzuki quality control is being questioned for ages now.

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Few weeks back the Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) was chastised for selling a Suzuki Alto with a faulty paint job. Its photographs have gone popular on social media, resulting in a public reaction against the corporation. The pictures depict a Suzuki Alto with a bright grey front half and a dark grey back half.

In the last generation models of Suzuki Mehran, Suzuki Bolan and other makes, the owners noticed spaces between car body and the doors and also mis alignment of different body parts. Also the engine of the Suzuki cars are not tuned before handing it over to the customers and customers have to do it soon after the handover from the outlet.

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Suzuki is the most famous car brand for its affordability, maintenance cost and fuel average. Suzuki Alto is following the footsteps of Suzuki Mehran to become the most searched and best-selling car of Pakistan but the Quality of the cars is a serious concern for the customers. The government need to make strict qualities for to maintain car quality


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