The carmaker has identified a weakness with the axle bolts, which may loosen, break, or fall out while driving.
A failure of these bolts could render the vehicle inoperable, and could cause a hazard to the vehicle’s occupants and other road-users.
Speaking with TMR, Suzuki Australia said that only around 10 vehicles in total are affected by this recall, and that most are yet to be delivered to customers.
Therefore, the necessary action for these examples will be carried-out prior to customer delivery.
Offending vehicles were built by Suzuki during a period stretching six weeks.
Suzuki will attempt to contact the handful of affected owners shortly, but any owner wishing to learn more about the latest round of recalls should contact their local dealer.
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