Few months in, Toyota Hyryder SUV faces 1st recall for 994 units: Is your’s affected?


Toyota Kirloskar Motor has officially issued a recall for its newly launched Urban Cruiser Hyryder SUV just months after deliveries commenced. The Hyryder SUV was launched in October 2022 and deliveries had begun during the festive season. As per the notification, Hyryder SUVs manufactured between November 2 to 26 this year are being recalled for a minor fault. Here is what exactly has been identified as a potential fault in the SUV.
TKM is recalling a total of 994 units of the Hyryder SUV for a faulty, front seat belt shoulder height adjuster. While no malfunction of front seat belts have been reported by customers up till now, Toyota is voluntarily ensuring that the faulty adjuster does not lead to malfunction of the seat belts in the affected Hyryder’s and potentially cause disassembly.

TKM is recalling the Hyryder SUV for a faulty, front seat belt shoulder height adjuster.

Owners of the vehicles manufactured Between November 9 to 26, will be contacted individually by authorised Toyota dealers and called in for the replacement of the concerned part. The part replacement will be carried out free of charge, as per the official statement issued by Toyota’s Quality Assurance Division. Concerned customers can also get in touch with their local dealerships or call customer care for further details.

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Toyota’s recall comes days after Maruti Suzuki issued a similar recall for the seat belt height adjuster in the Grand Vitara. However unlike Toyota, MSL’s recall went out for the Grand Vitara, Ertiga, XL6 and Ciaz and has affected a considerably larger number of cars at 9,125 units.
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