Hyundai Motor India Ltd. has issued a recall of 7,657 units of its entry level hatchback Eon in order to fix the glitch in the vehicle’s clutch and battery cables. In an official statement, the automaker has confirmed it as “clutch cable fouling with battery cable”. The cars which were manufactured between 1 January to 31 January 2015, will be considered in this recall process.
Hyundai said, “Eon customers of respective period will be notified in a phased manner for inspection of the clutch cable fouling (cables entangling) with battery cable and replace the battery cable if found damaged.” The replacement of the issue will be resolved for free.
Launched in 2011, the Hyundai Eon was designed specifically for the Indian car segment that has been slotted below the Hyundai i10. Dimensionally, it measures 3,495 mm in length, 1,550 mm in width, 1,500 mm in height and has a wheelbase of 2,380 mm. It is powered by an 814 cc, three cylinder, petrol engine that produces 55 Bhp of power and 75 Nm of torque.
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