The Volkswagen Group has expanded an earlier recall for its electronically-controlled sunroof, this time targeting the Skoda Superb Wagon.
Earlier, the similar Volkswagen Passat Wagon was recalled as the sunroof may be allowed to exceed the limits of the rollback function when operated by the remote key.
Should a vehicle occupant have a part of their body protruding through the roof opening during the closing procedure, injury could result.
Now, Skoda’s Superb Wagon has joined the recall list, with a total of 97 examples from the 2016 model-year affected in Australia.
Volkswagen’s Touareg SUV was also recently recalled, joining its Porsche Cayenne cousin with a recall surrounding the brake pedal.
Like the Cayenne, Volkswagen identified a weakness with a circlip on the bearing bracket for the pedals, which could work its way loose.
Skoda will attempt to contact affected owners shortly, but any owner wishing to learn more about the latest round of recalls should contact their local dealer or phone Skoda Customer Care on 1800 504 076.
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