According to the Italian automaker, the affected models were manufactured with rear tie rod assemblies that may not have sufficient anti-corrosion material applied, potentially causing them to weaken and fail over time. Failure of the tie rods can result in loss of control and an increased risk of crashing.
Maserati will begin notifying affected owners so that the automaker can replace the tie rod assemblies. The recall is expected to begin by the end of June 2013.
A total number of 7,438 vehicles are potentially affected.
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