Subaru has recalled its Legacy sedan models sold worldwide due to a faulty wiper issue. It is recalling 9,35,000 sedans across the globe.
Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI) which manufactures Subaru vehicles have issued a global recall of the Subaru Legacy sedan model. Subaru Legacy's produced from 2009 to 2013 have this defect. This recall will affect 76 countries worldwide. The majority of the cars (5,92,000) were sold in the US, manufactured in Indiana plant.
Subaru Legacy models have an issue with their front windshield wipers, although no accidents have been reported due to this defect. FHI is recalling 1,07,000 Legacy's in Japan and rest of the 2,36,000 vehicles were sold in Australia, Europe and Asian markets.
Subaru will notify its customer and dealers about this issue. And the vehicles with faulty wipers will be repaired free of cost.