the 3.2 million Toyota - or Lexus-owners need a ride past their local mærkeværksted in the coming period, after the car giant Toyota, which owns Lexus, has recalled 3.2 million cars due to a fault on the fuel pump, which can result in the engine going out.
It writes multiple media, among others, Bloomberg and Business Times.
For Ekstra Bladet informs Toyota of Denmark press officer, Anders Tystrup, that it is a global preventive sikkerhedskampagne - however primarily based in north America.
- There is only one car (a Lexus GS from 2013) in Denmark, covered, informs he.
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the Recall applies to SUVS, pickups, MPV's and ordinary cars from both Toyota and Lexus, which are produced in the years 2013-2019.
Alone in north America is about 2 million out of a total of 3.2 million cars been recalled. Toyota reports that they solve the problem by replacing the brændstofpumpesystemet with a new at many of the affected cars.
2020 has so far been a busy year for Toyota, for this is the second time that the car giant is recalling millions of cars.
In January, recalled Toyota 3.4 million cars worldwide because of a serious bug, where a defect in the cars ' electronics could make that the car airbags would not be activated by accident.
the Recall included the 2.9 million u.s. cars and was about bilmodellerne Corolla from 2011 to 2019, the Matrix from 2011 to 2013, Avalon from 2012 to 2018 and Avalon Hybrid from 2013 to 2018.
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