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Maruti Suzuki has announced a mass recall for the Eeco MPV sold by the brand in the Indian market. According to the recall announcement, the Eeco is missing a standard logo on the headlamp unit.
The company has not mentioned any functional fault with the headlamp. Despite being just an aesthetic update, the company is still carrying out a mass recall of the MPV.
The vehicles affected by the recall are manufactured between November 4, 2019, and February 25, 2020. Additionally, it has affected a few Eeco vehicles in which headlamp has been replaced in the field.
According to the company, the recall vehicles size is estimated to be 40,453 units of Eeco MPVs. Maruti Suzuki confirms that any action during the recall if required shall be undertaken free of cost.
The company will be contacting customers of the Eeco MPV falling under the specified time period. Alternatively, owners can also contact the nearest authorised dealerships to assist with the recall.
Customers can also visit the ‘Imp Customer Info' section on the Company website. They will have to fill in their vehicles chassis number to check if their vehicle needs any attention and follow the instructions.
The chassis number for the MPV starts with MA3 followed by 14 digits alpha-numeric number. The chassis number is embossed on the vehicle ID plate and is also mentioned in the vehicle invoice/registration documents.
In related news, Maruti Suzuki recently announced that it has sold over 7 lakh Eeco units in the India market. The MPV has achieved a new sales milestone for the brand in 10 years of its production. The Eeco caters to both private and commercial segment in the country — here are more details.
The Eeco is powered by a 1.2-litre, four-cylinder engine that produces 72bhp and 98Nm of peak torque. It comes mated to a five-speed manual transmission. The company also offers the Eeco with a factory-fitted CNG kit.
Thoughts About The Maruti Suzuki Eeco Recalled In India Over Faulty Headlamp Unit
The recall seems to be called not for any functional issue, but rather just to determine the quality of the product with the logo. However, the company has announced a voluntary recall to fix the issue on the Eeco MPVs in India, which is a commendable move by Maruti Suzuki.