Maruti Suzuki India (MSI), the country’s largest carmaker, said on Wednesday that it had restored the Bagner-R and Baleno models to test and replace the faulty fuel pump. According to regulatory information sent to the stock exchanges, MSI said it was doing so voluntarily. It recalled the Wagon-R (one liter) built between 15 November 2018 and 15 October 2019 and the Baleno (petrol) built between 8 January 2019 and 4 November 2019.
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It said 1,34,885 vehicles from both types of companies could be returned on this return. The company said the move could damage fuel pumps in 56,663 units of the Wagon-R and 786,222 units of the Baleno. The authorized dealer of the company will be contacted.
Toyota Glanzer is also recalling about 6,500 units
At the same time, Toyota Kiralskar Motor (TKM) is recalling about 6,500 units of its premium hatchback Glanzer to replace faulty fuel pumps. TKM said in a statement that the company is recalling all variants of the Glanzer built voluntarily between April 2, 2019 and October 6, 2019, keeping customer safety in mind. TKM Glanza is a revised version of the Maruti Suzuki Baleno. In March 2018, Toyota and Suzuki entered into a preliminary agreement to supply each other’s hybrids and other vehicles to the Indian market.