Italian luxury carmaker Maserati will recall a total of 26,464 cars over an issue that may lead to rear suspension failure.
All the affected units are either the 2014-16 Quattroporte or Ghibli sedans manufactured between February 1, 2013, and September 18, 2015. All these car were either sold or leased to customers in the United States.
The rear suspension failure can occur due to an improperly tightened rear tie-rod to hub carrier assembly attaching bolt which can cause the rear suspension to fail, which in turn will lead to the driver losing control of the vehicle.
Maserati has reported that it is unaware of any deaths or accidents that may have been caused by the issue.
The recall is expected to begin on July 1, 2016 and Maserati dealerships will inspect the left and right rear tie-rod to hub carrier assembly attaching bolts to verify that they are properly tightened. If an issue is found, Maserati will replace the hub carrier assembly free of charge.