Suzuki Recalls 26K Vehicles Over Fire Risk

Suzuki Recalls 26K Vehicles Over Fire Risk

Suzuki is no longer selling cars in North America, but the brand is still tasked with making sure that its existing cars are safe. 

Which is why Suzuki is calling back about 26,000 midsize sedans in the U.S. which are prone to overheating daytime running light modules that can cause a fire. The recall affects the 2004 through 2006 Suzuki Verona, and is an expansion of a previous recall that affected the Forenza and Reno models.

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The cars were manufactured in Korea by General Motors for Suzuki. No fires have been reported according to the company, and dealers will replace the light modules free of charge.

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  • Shiratori90

    Oh look, another GM/Daewoo failing. Suzuki should have NEVER made the deal that they made with GM.

  • smartacus

    Defunct Suzuki is honorable enough to issue a recall for something as innocuous as overheating DRLs on the long out of warranty and long ago forgotten Verona.

    Meanwhile; Toyota refuses to issue a recall for something serious like the not-out-of-warranty hybrid Camry brakes losing assist…even despite Consumer Reports begging Toyota.

  • Nick Dasko

    Chevy Epica being too? Or does Canada not matter?