Fresh reports claim that popular America automaker, Ford has recently issued an urgent recall for more than 300,000 units of its Explorer SUV model that were rolled out between 2013 and 2017. Details of the recall statement say that the automaker is making the recall in order to fix a suspected common problem with the rear suspension of the affected units.
Ford has issued an urgent recall for more than 300,000 units of the popular Explorer SUV over suspension related issue
Reputable automobile news sources claim that Ford initially issued a safety recall for about 1.2 million Explorer SUV models over similar suspension issue. Unfortunately, the automaker has now detected yet again another possible common suspension problem with some of the initially recalled Explorer SUVs that were particularly produced between 2013 and 2017. As a matter of fact, the automaker also confirmed from its records that a total of 6 injuries and 13 accidents have now been reported to be somewhat related to the suspension issue. This explains why Ford is issuing an urgent recall to fix this problem before it causes further damages.
According to fresh reports, at least 350,000 units of the Explorer SUV in the USA is affected by this new recall while approximately 25,200 units are affected in Canada. The reports also confirmed that all of the affected units were built at the company’s Assembly Plant in Chicago between 4th of September 2012 and 25th of January 2017.
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Below is a recent press video confirming this new and urgent Ford recall.
Ford Explorer Recall: Over 375,000 SUVs Could Have Suspension Problem
It is also worth mentioning that Ford itself revealed that customers who reside in regions where corrosion of vehicle parts is common should be more concerned about this new recall.