Toyota Recalls Over 2,300 Units of Pre-facelift Glanza

Toyota Recalls Over 2,300 Units of Pre-facelift Glanza

Toyota India has announced a recall for 2,305 units of the pre-facelift Glanza hatchback due to a potential issue with the fuel pump motor. These vehicles, manufactured between April 2, 2019, and October 6, 2019, are at risk of experiencing engine stalling or difficulty starting. Toyota has additionally started a voluntary recall operation in order to resolve this problem and guarantee the security of the impacted cars.

Recall Details

The voluntary recall campaign is a continuation of a previous campaign conducted by Toyota on July 31, 2020. Authorized dealership workshops will contact affected owners to inspect the part and replace it at no extra cost. Customers with questions or concerns can contact their nearest dealership or Toyota India’s customer care at 1800-309 0001.

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Toyota Glanza

Impact and Resolution

The recall affects the Glanza which shares its platform with the Maruti Baleno and is Toyota's sole hatchback offering in India. The vehicle is powered by a 1.2-liter petrol engine generating 89 PS and 113 Nm of torque with an optional CNG variant. This recall shows Toyota's dedication to the reliability and security of its cars by making sure that any possible problems are fixed right away to preserve consumer satisfaction and safety regulations.

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Toyota Glanza

Toyota has shown its dedication to both customer happiness and vehicle safety by taking a preventative approach in addressing any risks to safety. The company's commitment to maintaining high standards is demonstrated by its quick response in locating and fixing the fuel pump motor problem in the Glanza. If customers need any more help with the recall they should get in touch with Toyota India.