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Recalls by manufacturer (2023)

Vehicle recalls from January to December 2023 for vehicle categories M, N and O. 

Recall campaign next steps

Gowan Motor Distribution DAC will contact all affected customers to advise of further steps.

If you believe that your vehicle may be affected by the recall below, please speak to your Alfa Romeo dealer or alternatively contact Alfa Romeo through their online contact form.

Gowan Motor Distribution DAC  recalls certain Alfa Romeo Tonale vehicles

17 October 2023

Gowan Motor Distribution DAC is carrying out a compulsory recall of certain Alfa Romeo Tonale passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the vehicles concerned may have been built with a non-compliant screw connection on the 12-volt battery charging cable, the two earth cables and the two high-voltage connectors, which in the worst case scenario could lead to a fire. Measure: it will be checked whether the nut in question is present and correctly torqued; if it is missing, a new nut will be fitted.

There are 35 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were registered here between 15 September 2022 and 26 August 2023.

Recall campaign next steps

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Audi Ireland) has sent a letter to the registered owners of the vehicles affected informing them of the recall and the next steps to be taken.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited’s customer care on 1850 812 760 or alternatively email them on [email protected].

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited recalls certain Audi A4, A6, A8 and TT passenger vehicles 

2 October 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Audi Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Audi A4, A6, A8 and TT passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby driver-airbag gas generators from the original manufacturer Takata (‘NADI’ (non-azide driver inflator) generators) produced during 1997-1999 may be faulty. Internal investigations have shown that in the event of an accident the restraining effect of the deployed driver airbag might not always be fully guaranteed. Compliance with the statutory requirements in force for protection by an airbag in the event of an accident is thus not ensured.

There are 3299 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 1997 and 1999.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited recalls certain Audi A4, S4, A4 Cabriolet, S4 Cabriolet, RS4, RS4 Cabriolet, A6, S6 A6 Allroad Quattro and RS6 passenger vehicles 

12 April 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Audi Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Audi A4, S4, A4 Cabriolet, S4 Cabriolet, RS4, RS4 Cabriolet, A6, S6 A6 Allroad Quattro and RS6 passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby according to Takata, degradation of the propellant due to extreme environmental influences (humidity, temperature) is the reason the airbag housing may burst if the airbag is activated. As a result, metal parts may become detached and could cause serious injury to vehicle occupants. In the case of similar vehicles in humid/hotter climate zones and local markets, recall measures are already being carried out. Since the vehicles concerned were assigned to those markets at the time of their first delivery, the recall must also be carried out there as a precautionary measure.

There are 10 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 23 February 2004 to 3 August 2011.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited recalls certain Audi A5, Q5, Q5 Hybrid, SQ5 TDI and SQ5 plus TDI passenger vehicles 

11 April 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Audi Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Audi A5, Q5, Q5 Hybrid, SQ5 TDI and SQ5 plus TDI passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby according to Takata, degradation of the propellant due to extreme environmental influences (humidity, temperature) is the reason the airbag housing may burst if the airbag is activated. As a result, metal parts may become detached and could cause serious injury to vehicle occupants. In the case of similar vehicles in humid/hotter climate zones and local markets, recall measures are already being carried out. Since the vehicles concerned were assigned to those markets at the time of their first delivery, the recall must also be carried out there as a precautionary measure.

There are 2 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 13 September 2008 to 26 November 2012.

Recall campaign next steps

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited will directly contact all affected customers by post advising them to make an appointment with their local Authorised Repairer where any necessary repairs/replacements of parts will be carried out.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact BMW’s customer care on  081 861 9421 or by email at [email protected].

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited recalls certain 7 & i7 Series vehicles

12 October 2023

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain 7 & i7 Series passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the front windscreen wiper may fail on the vehicles concerned. During heavy use, the lever on the axle of the wiper motor could loosen. This means that, without warning, the wipers could become stuck in any position when activated. It is not expected that parts will become detached from the vehicle and fall onto the road. Measure: The wiper mechanism of the affected vehicles is being tested and replaced where necessary.

 There are 3 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 13 October 2022 and 26 January 2023.

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited recalls certain 3 Series vehicles

30 August 2023

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain 3 Series passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the propellant in the passenger airbag may deteriorate as a result of wide temperature and moisture fluctuations. In the event of an accident resulting in deployment of the airbag, fragments of the inflator housing may become detached and injure the occupants of the vehicle.

There are 1,656 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced in 2002.

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited recalls X3 vehicles

18 July 2023

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain X3 passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the 48 V cable of the starter generator (SGR) was not properly bolted to the bodywork on the vehicles concerned. This may lead to engine shut-off while the vehicle is moving. In addition, an increase in the contact resistance may cause local heating of the bolt connection, which in very rare cases may lead to a fire, and that fire may spread.

There is 1 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 5 January 2022 to 24 February 2023.

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited recalls X5, X5M, X6, X6M vehicles

14 June 2023

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain X5, X5M, X6, X6M passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in the vehicles concerned, the driver or passenger airbag inflator may malfunction due to long-term degradation. If the airbag is activated in an accident, the internal pressure in the inflator may become too high and in the worst case scenario the inflator may burst. Metal parts could cause potentially fatal injuries.

There is 1,583 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 1 June 2006 to 25 June 2014.

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited recalls 2 series and X1 vehicles

4 May 2023

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain 2 Series and X1 passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby on the vehicles concerned, the outer safety belts for the second row of seats may have been trapped by the covers of the C pillars (at the bottom) during installation. If the outer safety-belt is trapped, this could result in insufficient restraining, putting the safety of occupants at risk in certain accident situations.

There are 41 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between  28 June 2021 to 6 April 2023.

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited recalls 1 Series, 2 Series, 3Series, 4 Series, 5 Series, 6 Series, X1, X3, X4, X5, X6, M2, M3, M4, X5M & X6M vehicles

19 April 2023

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain 1 Series, 2 Series, 3Series, 4 Series, 5 Series, 6 Series, X1, X3, X4, X5, X6, M2, M3, M4, X5M & X6M passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the driver airbag may be defective. Fragments may become detached from the housing of the inflator when deployed and cause injury to the occupant of the vehicle.

There are 3561 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 4 January 2015 to 30 December 2015.

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited recalls 1 Series, 2 Series, 2 Series Active Tourer/Gran Tourer, 3 Series, 4 Series, 5 Series, 6 Series, X1, X3, X4, X5, X6, M2, M3, M4, X5M and X6 vehicles

11 April 2023

BMW Automotive (Ireland) Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain 1 Series, 2 Series, 2 Series Active Tourer/Gran Tourer, 3 Series, 4 Series, 5 Series, 6 Series, X1, X3, X4, X5, X6, M2, M3, M4, X5M and X6 passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in the vehicles concerned, the driver airbag inflator may malfunction due to long-term degradation. If the airbag is activated in an accident, the internal pressure in the inflator may become too high and in the worst case scenario the inflator may burst. Metal parts could cause potentially fatal injuries.

There are 5457 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 13 February 2012 to 28 December 2014.

Recall campaign next steps

 

BMW Motorrad will directly contact all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their local Authorised Repairer where any necessary repairs/replacements of parts will be carried out.

If you believe that your vehicle may be affected by the recall below, please speak to your BMW MOTORRAD dealer or use the link here to find your nearest BMW MOTORRAD dealer.  

BMW Motorrad recalls certain M 1000R & R 1250 RS Series vehicles

12 October 2023

BMW Motorrad is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain M 1000R, R 1250 RS vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the risk description reported to us is that on the basis of continuous quality checks, BMW Motorrad has found that the daytime running light is activated with only 32% of the required brightness, due to an incorrect coding parameter in the software. The legally required brightness for a daytime running light is not met. Measure: in these vehicles, the incorrect coding parameter is to be corrected by means of a software update.

There are 16 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 20 September 2022 and 31 August 2023.

M 1000R models affected:  6 vehicles

R 1250 RS models affected: 10 vehicles

Recall campaign next steps

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) will be writing directly to all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their local dealer/authorised repairer, where all necessary repairs/replacement of parts will be carried out.

If you believe that your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact Citroen’s Contact Centre on 01 810 88 00 or alternatively, you can identify your closest Citroen dealer using this online tool.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) recalls certain Citroën Berlingo model vehicles

21 December 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Citroen Berlingo model vehicles

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to an error in the specific calibration software of the electronic engine control unit (ECU), an incorrect value may be given when the data are processed by the vehicle. This may result in nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions that are above the regulatory limits. Excessive NOx emissions pose a risk to the environment. 

There are 1,218 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 1 February 2022 and 1 August 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) recalls certain Citroen C3, C5 Aircross model vehicles

28 November 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Citroen C3, C5 Aircross model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to an error in the specific calibration software of the electronic engine control unit (ECU), an incorrect value may be given when the data are processed by the vehicle. This may result in nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions that are above the regulatory limits. Excessive NOx emissions pose a risk to the environment.

There are 336 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between:

C3: 28/03/2022 to 03/07/2023

C5 Aircross: 03/10/2022 to 13/09/2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) recalls certain Citroën Jumpy and Spacetourer vehicles

24 October 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Citroën Jumpy and Spacetourer vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a software error in the engine control unit prevents the malfunction indicator light (MIL) from switching on if the urea injector stops working. This can lead to higher emissions and poses a risk to the environment.

There are 54 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 29 January 2020 and 2 June 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) recalls certain Citroën Jumpy and Spacetourer vehicles

1 September 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Citroën  Jumpy and Spacetourer vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a software error in the engine control unit prevents the malfunction indicator light (MIL) from switching on if the urea injector stops working. This can lead to higher emissions and poses a risk to the environment.

There are 21 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 31 January 2020 and 11 July 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) recalls certain Berlingo, C3, C4 V3, C4 Picasso, Celysée, Jumper, Spacetourer, Jumpy, C5 Aircross vehicles

22 August 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Citroën Berlingo, C3, C4 V3, C4 Picasso, Celysée, Jumper, Spacetourer, Jumpy, C5 Aircross vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a software error in the engine control unit prevents the malfunction indicator light (MIL) from switching on if the urea injector stops working. This can lead to higher emissions and poses a risk to the environment.

 There are 2620 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between:

C3: from 30/06/2020 to 21/09/2022

BERLINGO: from 16/06/2020 to 06/07/2022

C4: from 26/05/2020 to 30/11/2022

C4 Picasso: from 10/02/2020 to 27/06/2022

CELYSEE: from 12/11/2019 to 14/10/2022

JUMPER: from 28/05/2020 to 02/12/2022

SPACETOURER / JUMPY 4: from 16/06/2020 to 06/09/2022

C5 Aircross: from 05/12/2019 to 05/12/2022

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) recalls certain Citroën C3, C3 Aircross vehicles

1 August 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Citroën C3, C3 Aircross vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in a limited number of vehicles, the rear cross-member was not manufactured in accordance with requirements (steel hardness). In some cases, this may lead to cracks in the rear axle cross-member and to noise. In the worst case scenario, the cracks may grow and affect the handling of the vehicle.

There are 39 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 24 May 2022 and 15 June 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) recalls certain Citroën Berlingo vehicles

25 July 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Citroën Berlingo vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the load index of the fitted tyres is lower than the declared mass on the rear axle. This could lead to the tyres being overloaded, which could damage the rear tyres and, in the worst case scenario, impede road grip. This could lead to higher fuel consumption and a fine if checked by the police or customs.

There are 204 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 3 October 2022 and 15 March 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) recalls certain Citroën Berlingo, C3, C3 Aircross, C4, C4 cactus, C4 Picasso vehicles

14 June 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Citroën Berlingo, C3, C3 Aircross, C4, C4 cactus, C4 Picasso vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified that the vacuum pump may have been damaged because the oil inlet port of the vacuum pump could be obstructed by materials from the timing belt due to chemical corrosion by degraded oil. The ageing of the oil depends on the mileage and multiple stop/start cycles of the engine (as the engine mostly operates below its optimal temperature). The lubrication of the vacuum pump may thus be insufficient and, in the worst case scenario, lead to the vacuum pump breaking, resulting in a reduction or loss of braking assistance.

There are 188 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 7 February 2017 and 13 November 2019.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) recalls certain Citroën Berlingo Aircross vehicles

6 June 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Citroën Aircross vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to water infiltration, corrosion of the battery housing may occur, creating a fire risk.

There are 94 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 20 January 2020 and 10 January 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) recalls certain Citroën C5 AIRCROSS vehicles

15 February 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Citroën C5 AIRCROSS vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified that the software of the engine calculator of certain vehicles equipped with a BlueHDi 1.5L engine and an automatic gearbox may be poorly calibrated, which may cause the engine to stall when operating at altitude in cold temperatures. In the worst-case scenario, if the driver does not stop the vehicle, this may lead to a loss of braking assistance.

There are 59 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 20 June 2018 and 16 June 2020.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) recalls certain Citroën Berlingo vehicles

15 February 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Citroën Berlingo vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby the metal protection underneath the engine included in the Site Pack for users who drive on any surface or difficult construction site (increased ground clearance, snow and mud grip) may allow the accumulation of debris in the front axle of the vehicle under certain driving conditions. If an excessive amount of debris accumulates in the front axle, such debris could be in contact with the exhaust pipe, which may become very hot and ignite the debris, causing a fire under the bodywork.

There are 9 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 8 November 2017 and 21 September 2021.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) recalls certain Citroën C4 PICASSO (B78) C5 AIRCROSS (C84) vehicles

9 February 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Citroën C4 PICASSO (B78) C5 AIRCROSS (C84) vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified that a certain number of vehicles equipped with a 2-litre diesel engine may have been equipped with a diesel particle filter (DPF) with potential cracks following the accidental overheating of the DPF. This could have an impact on the environment.

There are 13 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between the following dates: 

C5 AIRCROSS (C84) 14/06/2018 to 18/01/2022

C4 PICASSO (B78) 01/12/2017 to 18/02/2021

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) recalls certain Citroën Jumpy and Jumpy Spacetourer vehicles

10 January 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Citroën Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Citroën Jumpy and Jumpy Spacetourer vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified that in a certain number of vehicles, the fuel line may come into contact with the bodywork and plastic parts. There is a risk of fuel leakage in the rear part of the vehicle, with the result that the vehicle loses road contact or road users close to the vehicle could slip.

There are 145 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 29 January 2020 to 21 January 2022.

Recall campaign next steps

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Cupra Ireland) has sent a letter to the registered owners of the vehicles affected informing them of the recall and the next steps to be taken.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact Cupra Ireland’s customer care here, or via [email protected] or speak to your local Cupra dealer for further information.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Cupra Ireland) recalls certain Cupra Formentor vehicles

22 August 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Cupra Formentor passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby on the vehicles concerned, two rear left wheel carriers with air cavities may have been constructed and fitted. The affected wheel carriers may prematurely fail and break. A broken wheel carrier could impair the vehicle’s stability and lead to a risk of accidents.

 There are 7 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 31 March 2023 to 20 April 2023. 

Recall campaign next steps

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) will be writing directly to those consumers affected by this recall.

If you believe your vehicle may be affected by this recall, you can contact DS Automobiles Ireland on 01 409 2400.

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) recalls certain DS3 Crossback and DS4 vehicles

28 November 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain DS3 Crossback and DS4 vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to an error in the specific calibration software of the electronic engine control unit (ECU), an incorrect value may be given when the data are processed by the vehicle. This may result in nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions that are above the regulatory limits. Excessive NOx emissions pose a risk to the environment.

There are 23 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between:

DS3 Crossback: 26/01/2022 to 01/09/2023

DS4: 12/07/2022 to 03/07/2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) recalls certain DS3 Crossback, DS4, DS7 Crossback vehicles

22 August 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain DS3 Crossback, DS4 and DS7 Crossback vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a software error in the engine control unit prevents the malfunction indicator light (MIL) from switching on if the urea injector stops working. This can lead to higher emissions and poses a risk to the environment.

There are 79 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between:

DS3 Crossback: 5 February 2020 and 31 November 2022

DS4: 20 July 2020 and 1 December 2022

DS7 Crossback: 15 May 2019 and 13 July 2022

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) recalls certain DS7 Crossback vehicles

28 June 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain DS7 Crossback vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the load-dependent headlight height adjustment works in reverse. When the vehicle is loaded (with passengers and/or luggage), the light beam should usually be adjusted downwards so as not to dazzle oncoming traffic. Owing to a software error, it works in reverse here (the light beam is adjusted upwards). This may result in road users being dazzled. There is an increased risk of an accident.

There are 38 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 10 January 2022 to 3 March 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) recalls certain DS7 Crossback vehicles

6 June 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain DS7 Crossback vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to water infiltration, corrosion of the battery housing may occur, creating a fire risk.

There are 35 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 19 February 2019 to 22 November 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) recalls certain DS4 vehicles

13 April 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain DS4vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified that some vehicles could be affected by the subframe being poorly screwed in place. In the worst-case scenario, this can result in noise and/or in loss of vehicle stability. An increased risk of accident also cannot be ruled out.

There are 22 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 22 July 2022 to 30 November 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) recalls certain DS CROSSBACK (X74) vehicles

15 February 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain DS CROSSBACK (X74) vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified that the software of the engine calculator of certain vehicles equipped with a BlueHDi 1.5L engine and an automatic gearbox may be poorly calibrated, which may cause the engine to stall when operating at altitude in cold temperatures. In the worst-case scenario, if the driver does not stop the vehicle, this may lead to a loss of braking assistance.

There are 84 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 16 May 2018 to 13 March 2020.

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) recalls certain DS7 CROSSBACK (X74) vehicles

9 February 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (DS Automobiles Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot DS7 CROSSBACK (X74) vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified that a certain number of vehicles equipped with a 2-litre diesel engine may have been equipped with a diesel particle filter (DPF) with potential cracks following the accidental overheating of the DPF. This could have an impact on the environment.

There are 25 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 27 March 2017 to 14 January 2022.

Recall campaign next steps

Nextcar Limited will directly contact all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their authorised repairer, where necessary works will be carried out on vehicles.

To check if your vehicle is affected by this recall campaign, please visit the Ducati Recall Checker and input your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).

Nextcar Limited recalls certain Ducati Xdiavel Motorcycles

3 October 2023

Nextcar Limited is carrying out a recall of certain Ducati Xdiavel motorcycles.

The issue has been identified whereby the retaining pin on the springs of the side stand may wear out. In extreme cases, it can break and cause the stand to open out. If the side stand opens while the motorcycle is being driven, the side stand sensor will switch off the motorcycle engine, thereby increasing the risk of accident and injury.

There are 3 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 2017 and 2021. 

Nextcar Limited recalls certain Ducati Panigale Motorcycles

7 July 2023

Nextcar Limited is carrying out a recall of certain Ducati Panigale motorcycles.

The issue has been identified whereby owing to an error in the calibration of the software for the photodiode in the instrument panel, the instrument panel may activate the daytime running light while the motorcycle is being ridden at night; if this happens, the rider may find themselves in a situation where the front headlight switches automatically from the low-beam headlight to the daytime running light, in which case the headlight will not produce enough light to illuminate the road, thereby increasing the risk of an accident or injury.

There are 25 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 26 July 2019 and 23 May 2023. 

Recall campaign next steps

Gowan Distributors Limited (Fiat Ireland) will contact all affected customers to advise of further steps.

If you believe that your vehicle may be affected by the recall below, please speak to your Fiat dealer or alternatively contact Fiat on 00 800 3428 0000.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Fiat Ireland) recalls certain Fiat Doblo model vehicles

21 December 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Fiat Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Fiat Doblo model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to an error in the specific calibration software of the electronic engine control unit (ECU), an incorrect value may be given when the data are processed by the vehicle. This may result in nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions that are above the regulatory limits. Excessive NOx emissions pose a risk to the environment. 

 There are 400 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 19 May 2022 and 29 July 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Fiat Ireland) recalls certain Fiat Panda model vehicles

31 October 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Fiat Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Fiat Panda model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in some vehicles, the electrical connection of the side impact sensor (right and left) might not be correctly installed. In the worst case scenario, this could result in the airbag not being deployed in the event of a side impact. Measure: Check and, if necessary, restore the correct electrical connection of the side impact sensor (right and left).

 There are 103 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 13 March 2023 and 13 July 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Fiat Ireland) recalls certain Fiat Professional Doblὸ (K9) model vehicles

24 October 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Fiat Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Fiat Professional Doblὸ (K9) model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in some vehicles, the load index of the tyres fitted is lower than the declared mass on the rear axle. This could lead to the tyres being overloaded, which could damage the rear tyres and, in the worst case scenario, impede road grip. This could lead to higher fuel consumption and a fine if checked by the police or customs. 

 There are 121 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 3 October 2022 and 15 March 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Fiat Ireland) recalls certain Fiat 500 model vehicles

24 October 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Fiat Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Fiat 500 model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in some vehicles, the ball joint between the transverse control arm and the spring strut of the front wheel suspension could become detached. This may result in the transverse control arm bolt slipping out of the steering knuckle bracket while the vehicle is being driven. In the worst-case scenario, this may lead to loss of control of the vehicle. Measure: the connection between the control arm and the spring strut is to be checked on both sides and, if necessary, repaired.

There are 20 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 4 April 2023 and 27 September 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Fiat Ireland) recalls certain Fiat Ulysse and Scudo vehicles

1 September 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Fiat Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Fiat Ulysse and Scudo vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a software error in the engine control unit prevents the malfunction indicator light (MIL) from switching on if the urea injector stops working. This can lead to higher emissions and poses a risk to the environment.

There are 20 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 29 September 2021 and 9 July 2022.

Recall campaign next steps

Henry Ford & Son Limited has sent a letter to affected customers informing them of the recall and the next steps to be taken.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact Henry Ford & Son Limited on 1800 771 199 or use the Dealer Locator to find your nearest Ford service point.

Henry Ford & Son Limited recalls certain Ford Kuga model vehicles

20 December 2023

Henry Ford & Son Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Ford Kuga model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a loosened pin in the steering box can result in the steering wheel no longer returning to the middle position. In the worst case scenario, a loosened pin can cause the pinion shaft to come loose from the steering rack casing, thereby leading to a loss of steering. Action: Vehicles are to be inspected, vehicles are to be fitted with movement limiters and, in the case of vehicles with damage to the steering system, the steering system is to be replaced.

 There are 222 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 14 January 2021 and 19 November 2021.

Henry Ford & Son Limited recalls certain Ford Transit Custom vehicles

17 October 2023

Henry Ford & Son Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Ford Transit Custom PHEV.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a folded anode tab within the battery cells can cause the battery to short-circuit, which could result in engine failure or cause a fire. Measure: replacement of the high-voltage battery.

 There are 10 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 21 September 2019 and 01 March 2023.

Henry Ford & Son Limited recalls certain Ford Fiesta vehicles

1 August 2023

Henry Ford & Son Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Ford Fiesta vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby it was found that the screw/nut of the front suspension lower ball joint had not been correctly tightened. Faulty tightening torque can cause the swivel joint to loosen and can thus result in steering failure.

There is 1 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 2 January 2023 to 23 May 2023.

Henry Ford & Son Limited recalls certain Ford Focus vehicles

25 July 2023

Henry Ford & Son Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Ford Focus vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby incomplete riveting of the rear seat-belt buckle could impair the restraining effect of the seat belt. Affected seat belts could open in the event of an accident.

There are 304 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 24 March 2023 to 7 June 2023.

Henry Ford & Son Limited recalls certain Ford Kuga vehicles

28 April 2023

Henry Ford & Son Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Ford Kuga vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby as a result of lower belt bolts being fitted incorrectly, the belt’s restraining function may not be effective in the event of an accident.

There are 16 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 19 April 2021 to 18 October 2021.

Recall campaign next steps

New Energy Vehicles Ireland Ltd (GWM ORA Ireland) will be writing directly to all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their local dealer/authorised repairer, where all necessary repairs/replacement of parts will be carried out.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by the recall below, then you can contact your nearest GWM ORA dealer using this link.

GWM ORA Ireland recalls certain ORA vehicles

19 April, 2023

GWM ORA Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain ORA vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby there is a problem with the internal algorithm of the E-Call controller. The negative longitude information is processed as an absolute value, resulting in the wrong location information being transmitted if activated due to an accident/emergency. This may cause a delay in assistance.

There are 527 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced after 30 July 2022.

Recall campaign next steps

Nextcar Limited will directly contact all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their authorised repairer, where necessary works will be carried out on vehicles.

To check if your vehicle is affected by this recall campaign, please visit the Harley-Davidson Safety Recall Search Page and input your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).

Nextcar Limited recalls certain Harley-Davidson Softail Motorcycles

17 October 2023

Nextcar Limited is carrying out a recall of certain Harley-Davidson Softail Motorcycles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the securing device may break on certain models of Softail motorcycles from the years 2018 to 2023. As a result, the rear shock absorption adjuster may come into contact with the rear tyre. Softail motorcycles fitted with P&A Profile Low Rear Suspension (rear suspension, P/N 54000134) or P&A Tall Rear Shock (rear shock absorber, P/N 54000294) are also affected. If the contact between the rear shock absorption adjuster and the tyre goes unnoticed, a loss of pressure may occur, increasing the risk of accident. Measure: Inspect the motorcycles and, if necessary, replace the bolts.

 There are 22 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 24 January 2017 and 7 August 2023.

Recall campaign next steps

Hyundai Cars Ireland will directly contact all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their local Hyundai dealer or authorised repairer, where necessary works will be carried out on vehicles.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, you can contact your local Hyundai dealer or Hyundai Cars Ireland’s customer care by telephone 01 460 9800 (during office hours) or by completing the following web form

Hyundai Cars Ireland recalls certain i40, Kona model passenger vehicles.

27 September 2023                                  

Hyundai Cars Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain Hyundai i40, Kona model passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the oil supply to the engine may be interrupted, causing sudden damage to the engine. In addition, the brake booster may fail, which would lead to a significantly higher braking effort. Measure: a metal screen is to be removed from the oil pump and the tandem pump is to be checked.

There are 1,225 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between:

Kona: 14/12/2018 - 21/06/2020

i40: 20/12/2018 - 30/05/2020

Hyundai Cars Ireland recalls certain Genesis G80,GV60, GV70, GV80 model passenger vehicles.

19 September 2023

Hyundai Cars Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain Genesis G80, GV60, GV70, GV80 model passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the front seatbelt tensioners do not comply with the specification. In the event of an accident, this may lead to the material separation with increased risk of injury and/or impairment of the restraining effect. Action: Attachment of a protective cap for the seatbelt tensioners on the front seats.

There is 1 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 23 March 2019 and 21 February 2023.

Hyundai Cars Ireland recalls certain Kona model passenger vehicles.

22 August 2023

Hyundai Cars Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain Kona model passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the rear safety-belt locks were fitted to the vehicles concerned with incorrect specifications. Personal injury resulting from the defect cannot be ruled out.

There are 29 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 21 December 2022 to 30 January 2023.

Hyundai Cars Ireland recalls certain TUCSON (TLe) and I30 (Pde)  model passenger vehicles

3 August 2023

Hyundai Cars Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain Hyundai TUCSON (TLe) and I30 (Pde)  model passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the tandem pump pre-filter could be sealed by fibres from the tandem pump belt. The customer could experience a tightening of the brake pedal, which could lead to an accident. The oil pressure indicator light will also show.


There are 5136 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between :

25/10/2018 to 15/07/2020 (i30)

23/10/2018 to 27/10/2020 (Tucson)

Hyundai Cars Ireland recalls certain SANTA FE model passenger vehicles.

26 April 2023                                  

Hyundai Cars Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain Hyundai SANTA FE model passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a risk of malfunction on a production lot of the fuel tank has been identified. There is a risk of leakage, which triggers a risk of fire, and an environmental impact.

There are 24 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between11 April 2022 and 21 July 2022.

Hyundai Cars Ireland recalls certain SANTA FE TM (TM PE; TM HEV; TM PHEV) model passenger vehicles

19 April 2023                                  

Hyundai Cars Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain Hyundai SANTA FE TM (TM PE; TM HEV; TM PHEV) model passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in some vehicles, there could be an anomaly in the deployment of the pre-tensioners on the front seatbelts during an accident. The installation of protective caps on the pre-tensioners of the front seatbelts (left and right) is needed to ensure that vehicle occupants are properly restrained.

There are 930 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between the following dates:

TM PE: 02/06/2020 – 18/08/2022

TM HEV: 12/09/2020 – 14/07/2022

TM PHEV: 18/01/2021 – 16/08/2022

Recall campaign next steps

Isuzu Ireland will be writing directly to all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with your nearest or preferred authorised Isuzu service centre as soon as possible. If you believe that your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact Isuzu on 01-4194500 or via email [email protected].

Isuzu Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Isuzu D-MAX vehicles.

11 April 2023

Isuzu Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Isuzu D-MAX vehicles.

An issue has been identified whereby a faulty tightening torque on the connecting bolt of the lower steering column universal joint can lead to the failure and loss of steering. Measure: Check and produce the correct torque.

There are 152 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 07 September 2020 to 04 October 2022.

Recall campaign next steps

IVECO Limited will be writing directly to all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with your nearest or preferred authorised IVECO service centre as soon as possible. If you believe that your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact Iveco via email [email protected] or use the  link here to find your nearest Iveco Limited Dealer.

IVECO Limited recalls certain IVECO S WAY range / X WAY commercial vehicles

27 September 2023

IVECO Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain IVECO S WAY range/ X WAY commercial vehicles.

An issue has been identified whereby the drive shaft attached to the gearbox flange may become detached due to a locking nut becoming loose. This increases the risk of accident and injury to other road users. Measure: Inspect and, if necessary, replace the flange nut.

 There is 1 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 22 February 2022 and 28 November 2022.

IVECO Limited recalls certain IVECO DAILY MY2019 commercial vehicles

14 July 2023

IVECO Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain IVECO DAILY MY2019 commercial vehicles.

An issue has been identified whereby IVECO have identified a possible concern surrounding the OBD diagnostics. A New software has been introduced to Monitoring of NOx plausibility downstream of the catalyst when not active and also Monitoring of SCR efficiency when not active.

There are 206 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between November 2018 to September 2021.

IVECO Limited recalls certain IVECO Stralis commercial vehicles

23 June 2023

IVECO Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain IVECO Stralis commercial vehicles.

An issue has been identified whereby IVECO identified a possible safety related problem whereby In extreme condition of wear and tear, coolant seepage from HVAC coolant pipes can occur resulting in high resistance inside the connectors and in certain circumstances may cause a fire.

There are 16 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between January 2016 to June 2018.

IVECO Limited recalls certain IVECO S WAY range (Stralis, Trakker, S WAY, T WAY, X WAY) commercial vehicles

7 February 2023

IVECO Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain IVECO S WAY range (Stralis, Trakker, S WAY, T WAY, X WAY) commercial vehicles.

An issue has been identified whereby IVECO identified a possible safety related problem whereby on certain vehicles front axle leave spring retainers can get loose / lost during the driving.

There are 95 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between October 2018 to September 2022.

IVECO Limited recalls certain IVECO S WAY range / X WAY commercial vehicles

13 January 2023

IVECO Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain IVECO S WAY range / X WAY commercial vehicles.

An issue has been identified whereby IVECO identified a possible safety related problem on certain vehicles within a specific production range relating to the cab tilting cylinder support.

There are 95 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between July 2022 to November 2022.

Recall campaign next steps

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited will directly contact all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their local dealer or authorised repairer, where necessary works will be carried out on vehicles.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, you can contact Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited on 01 4893790 (open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm) or alternatively, using the following  web form.

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited recalls certain Jaguar I-Pace vehicles

16 November 2023

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Jaguar I-Pace passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby some vehicles may experience thermal overload which may show as smoke or fire, which may occur underneath the vehicle where the High Voltage (HV) battery is located. A vehicle thermal overload condition such as fire or smoke can result in increased risk of occupant injury and/or injury to persons outside the vehicle, as well as property damage.

There are 6 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 2019-2024.

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited recalls certain Jaguar Panamera vehicles

5 July 2023

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Jaguar Panamera passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby on the vehicles concerned, humidity may be able to enter the control unit for the supplementary air conditioning pump. This could lead to a malfunction of the interior air conditioning if the engine residual heat function is activated. Over the lifetime of the vehicles, these malfunctions could lead to short circuits and cause visible damage to the supplementary pump and, over time, to the connection of the wiring harness. As damage progresses, an undetected short circuit could lead to an increased risk of smouldering or even a fire. If the AUTO-REST button is activated in the centre console, it could also cause fire damage long after the vehicle has been parked.

There are 8 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 21 July 2015 and 10 November 2021.

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited recalls certain Jaguar F-PACE vehicles

23 May 2023

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Jaguar F-PACE passenger vehicles.

A manufacturing defect has been identified whereby the coolant pump drive belt can become damaged leading to detachment. Where coolant pump drive is lost, there will be a loss of coolant flow, causing the engine to rapidly overheat and subsequently rupture an engine mounted plastic elbow in the cooling circuit. Coolant can leak onto the turbocharger heatshield which may lead to a fire in the engine compartment that could propagate to the whole vehicle.

There are 75 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 2021 and 2023.

Recall campaign next steps

Gowan Distributors Limited will contact all affected customers to advise of further steps.

Letters will be sent by Jeep to the owners of affected vehicles informing them of the recall and asking that they arrange an appointment to have the required work completed.

If you believe that your vehicle may be affected by the recall below, please speak to your Jeep dealer or alternatively contact Jeep on (01) 6423100.

Gowan Distributors Limited recalls certain Jeep Compass 1.5l MHEV and Renegade 1.5l MHEV passenger vehicles

20 June 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited is carrying out a compulsory recall of certain Jeep Compass 1.5l MHEV and Renegade 1.5l MHEV passenger vehicles.

An environmental/safety issue has been identified whereby the vehicles may have been delivered with a defective 48V hybrid electric battery. This could lead to a loss of battery functionality with the risk of overheating if water penetrates. A vehicle fire could occur.

There are 17 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were registered here between 9 November 2022 and 9 March 2023.

Recall campaign next steps

Kia Ireland will contact all affected customers to advise of further steps.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, Kia Ireland Customer Care may be contacted at (01) 6497458. 

Kia Ireland recalls certain Kia Sorento and Sorento (P) HEV passenger vehicles

14 September 2023

Kia Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain KIA Sorento and Sorento P (HEV) passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to a software issue, the turn indicators may not illuminate as intended. If the turn indicators do not illuminate as intended, other road users would be unable to identify if the vehicle is turning. This could increase the risk of an accident.  

There are 149 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between : 1 April 2022 and 31 August 2022.

Kia Ireland recalls certain Kia Cerato, Forte, Optima, Sorento, Sportage passenger vehicles

22 August 2023

Kia Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain KIA Cerato, Forte, Optima, Sorento, Sportage passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a possible production error may lead to unexpected thermal developments as a result of fuel or oil leaks or damage to the engine. The risk of a breakdown could endanger following traffic. There is a risk of fire.

There is 1 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between MY: 11 January 2011 to 13 September 2018.

Kia Ireland recalls certain Kia Niro HEV, Sportage, Sportage HEV vehicles

3 August 2023

Kia Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain KIA Niro HEV, Sportage, Sportage HEV passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in affected models the voltage instability when the vehicle is starting may cause the instrument cluster fail to illuminate. This issue could make drivers unable to see important vehicle indicators. The non-functional displays could cause a crash.

There are 1154 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between MY: 2022-2023

Kia Ireland recalls certain Kia Niro EV, Soul EV vehicles

28 April 2023

Kia Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain KIA Niro EV, Soul EV passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the Electric Power Control Unit (EPCU) may have been improperly sealed and may leak coolant internally. Coolant contacting the EPCU circuit board may cause a loss of drive power, increasing the risk of a crash.

There are 81 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between:

June - December 2020 (Niro EV),

June - September 2020 (Soul EV)

Kia Ireland recalls certain Kia Sorento (PHEV) vehicles

21 March 2023

Kia Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain KIA Sorento (PHEV) passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the fuel tank may have been improperly molded, which can result in a fuel leak.

There are 9 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 11 April 2022 to 10 May 2022.

Kia Ireland recalls certain Kia Sorento vehicles

22 February 2023

Kia Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain KIA Sorento passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby an electrical malfunction may occur due to possible damage to the connector of the auxiliary electric heating element (PTC). This increases the risk of thermal heat generation and potentially the risk of fire.

There are 317 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 6 March 2012 to 14 August 2014.

Kia Ireland recalls certain Kia Sportage (SLe) vehicles

4 January 2023

Kia Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain KIA Sportage (SLe) passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the Hydraulic Electronic Control Unit (HECU) module could malfunction and cause an electrical short, which could result in an engine compartment fire.

There are 3,852 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 15 May 2013 to 17 November 2015.

Kia Ireland recalls certain Kia Sorento (MQ4) vehicles

4 January 2023

Kia Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain KIA Sorento (MQ4) passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the electric oil pump within the 8-speed dual-clutch transmission (DCT) may experience an internal fault which can result in a loss of drive power, increasing the risk of a crash.

There are 509 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between January 2020 to August 2022.

Recall campaign next steps

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited will directly contact all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their local dealer or authorised repairer, where necessary works will be carried out on vehicles.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, you can contact Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited on 01 4893790 (open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm) or alternatively, using the following web form.

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited recalls certain Land Rover Range Rover and Range Rover Sport vehicles 

1 August 2023

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Land Rover Range Rover and Range Rover Sport vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby one or both of the headlamp assemblies could fail when the vehicle is started or switched off, and will not recover on any subsequent ignition cycles. If this occurs, the instrument panel cluster will display a critical warning message “Headlamp fault detected”. Failure of the headlamp assembly will result in loss of the headlamp, front position lamp, daytime running light and turn signal indicator function. Vehicles operating without headlamp assembly functionality could lead to an increased risk of a crash.

There are 29 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced in 2023.

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited recalls certain Land Rover Range Rover vehicles 

1 August 2023

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Land Rover Range Rover vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby the rear lamp mounted in the body could partially or fully fail to operate as a result of damage to the rear tail lamp link lead wiring. Failure of the rear lamp mounted in the body may result in one or more of the light sources not working which means following vehicles and other road users may not be aware of braking, the presence of the vehicle in the darkness. This increases the risk of a crash.

There are 14 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 2022 and 2023.

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited recalls certain Land Rover Range Rover vehicles 

20 June 2023

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Land Rover Range Rover vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby the second row left seat frame may have a latch installed with a defective weld. In vehicles that have a defective weld on the second row left seat frame latch, the seat may not be correctly secured. Warnings of a non-latch state are provided on the Instrument Panel Cluster. If the seat is incorrectly secured, in the event of a crash or sudden braking where the second row left seat center position is occupied and the outboard seat occupant is not using the body mounted seatbelt (such as where a child seat is installed using LATCH/ISOFIX), the seat will move forward and upwards. This increases the risk of injury to first and second row seat occupants.

There is 1 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 2022 and 2023.

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited recalls certain Land Rover Range Rover, Range Rover Velar, Range Rover Sport, and Defender vehicles 

29 May 2023

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Land Rover Range Rover, Range Rover Velar, Range Rover Sport, and Defender vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby the coolant pump drive belt can become damaged leading to detachment. Where coolant pump drive is lost, there will be a loss of coolant flow, causing the engine to rapidly overheat and subsequently rupture an engine mounted plastic elbow in the cooling circuit. Coolant can leak onto the turbocharger heatshield which may lead to a fire in the engine compartment that could propagate to the whole vehicle.

There are 1064 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between:

Land Rover Range Rover Sport: 2018-2022

Land Rover Range Rover: 2018-2022

Land Rover Range Rover Velar: 2021-2023

Land Rover Defender: 2021-2023

Recall campaign next steps

Mazda Motor Ireland will directly contact all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their local Authorised Repairer where any necessary repairs will be carried out.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, you can speak to your local Mazda dealer for further information. Contact information for your local Mazda dealer can be found by following this link.

Mazda Motor Ireland recalls certain Mazda CX-60 (KH) vehicles

19 April, 2023

Mazda Motor Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Mazda CX-60 (KH) vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby affected vehicles have incorrectly assembled accessory alloy wheel rims due to incorrectly installed or missing sockets in the bores for wheel bolts. In the worst case scenario, this can lead to wheel loss.

There are 27 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 2 June 2022 to 31 December 2022.

Recall campaign next steps

Motor Distributors Limited will directly contact all affected customers by post, advising them to make an appointment with their local dealer/authorised repairer where all necessary repairs will be carried out.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) Contact Centre on 01-409 4444.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain Actros 963, Arocs 964 vehicles

21 December 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain Actros 963, Arocs 964 vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in vehicle models Actros 963 and Arocs 964 with type OM471 engines with HP turbochargers, the screwed connections of the oil pressure pipe may leak even at low mileages. As a result, particularly in the case of fully unloaded vehicles on gradients, there may be an oil leakage. This can increase the risk of fire. Action: Tightening of the screwed connection.

There are 15 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 12 October 2022 and 14 November 2023.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain SL-Class model vehicles.

27 October 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain SL-Class vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in certain vehicles of the SL series (type R 232) with an M177 engine, the installation of the 12V starter/generator wiring harnesses may not meet the specifications. In the cases in question, the wiring harness could be in contact with the drive shaft, causing abrasion over time. As a result, the possibility of a short circuit cannot be ruled out leading to a sudden unexpected loss of propulsion. This could increase the accident risk. Furthermore, the strong electrical currents that may flow through the connection could cause an increase in temperature in the area concerned. In such a case the risk of fire cannot be completely ruled out. Measure: The installation of the wiring harnesses will be corrected in the vehicles concerned.

 There are 2 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 4 June 2021 and 29 August 2023.

 Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain S-Class model vehicles.

3 October 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain S-Class vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in certain vehicles in the S-Class 223 series a 12 volt ground cable bolt in the boot might not comply with the relevant specifications. In such cases, the bolt might work loose over time and the electrical contact resistance at this interface might increase. Depending on the vehicle configuration, certain ESP functions might be deactivated, or the strong electrical currents might result in a local increase in temperature. An increased risk of accident or fire cannot then be completely ruled out. Action: In the vehicles affected, the ground cable bolt is checked and, where necessary, the requisite repair work carried out.

There are 43 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 1 August 2020 and 12 April 2023.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain GLC model vehicles.

29 September 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain GLC vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in certain GLC model vehicles, the inclusion of the towing device in the front cross-member did not meet the specifications. In this event, the required screw depth of the towing eye in the towing device might not be reached. As a result, the loosening of the screw connection under load cannot be ruled out, and could increase the risk of accident or injury. In addition, local legal requirements might not be met. Action: The front cross-member is being checked and, where necessary, replaced with a new part.

 There are 249 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 14 June 2021 and 05 July 2023.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain AMG GT 4-Door (Coupé)-Class, CLS, E-Class, E-Class Coupé/Cabriolet vehicles

13 September 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain AMG GT 4-Door (Coupé)-Class, CLS, E-Class, E-Class Coupé/ Cabriolet  vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the encoding of the exit warning device did not meet the specifications. Owing to the incorrect coding, vehicle occupants may not be warned by visual and audible warnings from the exit warning device as intended. As a result, the risk of accident or injury could increase when opening doors in certain traffic situations. Action: the encoding of the multimode radar will be updated.

There is 1 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 8 February 2022 and 20 March 2023.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain S-Class vehicles.

6 September 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain S-Class vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the screw connection in the fuse box of the engine compartment could not meet the specifications. This could increase the electrical transition resistance at that connection. Consequently, an increase in temperature and therefore a risk of fire cannot be completely ruled out. In the event of an open circuit, the vehicle could lose propulsion when being driven. This would increase the risk of accident and injury, and the legal requirements would not be met. Furthermore, an impact on the exhaust emissions cannot be ruled out.

There are 28 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 15 April 2020 and 14 October 2022.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain C-Class vehicles.

1 August 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain C-Class vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in certain C-Class vehicles (BR 206) the screw connections on certain 12V and 48V ground points may have been secured with insufficient torque. In this case the wiring harness may not be properly secured and as a result the electrical resistance of the connection could increase. The temperature may therefore rise in this area, so the risk of fire cannot be completely ruled out. In addition, the electric powertrain could become deactivated in plug-in hybrid variants, whereby the impact this could have on exhaust emissions and electric range cannot be ruled out.

There are 39 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 30 June 2021 and 6 June 2023.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain C-Class vehicles.

23 May 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain C-Class vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in certain C-Class vehicles (BR 206) equipped with 4-cylinder diesel engines, the adhesion force of the fuel supply line may not meet the specifications. This means that the fuel supply line could slip from its connection despite being correctly locked into position. As a result, fuel could leak, and the pressure in the fuel supply line could fall. This could lead to misfires or even the sudden shutdown of the engine while driving. Furthermore, leaking fuel could pose a risk to following traffic, and the legal framework conditions might not be met.

There are 129 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 8 October 2020 and 12 September 2022.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain Sprinter vehicles

28 April 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain Sprinter vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in certain vehicles of the Sprinter (907) series with engine OM651, under specific conditions and over time external fluid could enter the glow time amplifier. In such cases an internal short circuit of the glow time amplifier and consequently a potential fire risk to the parked vehicle cannot be ruled out.

There are 706 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 22 March 2018 and 30 August 2019.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain Sprinter vehicles

19 April 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain Sprinter vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in certain vehicles, the design of the fuse of the fan for the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system might not meet the requirements for continuous operation on the highest fan setting. This could lead to an increase in the contact resistance between the fuse and the fuse holder, resulting in the generation of excessive heat at the contact. A risk of fire during operation and consequently a risk of injury cannot be ruled out.

There are 1436 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 22 March 2017 and 2 November 2020.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain EQB vehicles

19 April 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain EQB vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in the vehicles concerned, the material characteristics of the upper B-pillar cladding and of the beltline casing may not meet the specifications. As a result, an accident involving the activation of the windowbag due to breakage of the B-pillar cladding could create sharp edges which could damage the air cushion of the windowbag, thereby reducing the latter’s restraining effect. Furthermore, a crash could result in broken or fragmented parts, which could be projected around the vehicle interior. This would increase the risk of injury to vehicle occupants.

There are 2 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 28 June 2022 and 2 August 2022.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain GLE, GLS-classe vehicles

5 April 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain GLE, GLS-classe vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby on certain vehicles, the condensate drain hoses of the air-conditioning system may not be correctly installed. In that case, condensate from the air conditioning system could enter the passenger compartment of the vehicle. Condensate could enter the left or right foot well and could cause corrosion of the electrical components installed there and/or lead to short-circuits or leakage currents. Consequently, a short-circuit fire cannot be ruled out. Furthermore, the automatic emergency call (eCall) could fail, the vehicle could fail to unlock and/or start, and the engine emergency operation mode could also be activated during driving. This would increase the risk of injury and accident.

There are 161vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 29 August 2018 and 2 February 2021.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain C-Class, CLK, E-Class, CLS vehicles

22 February 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain C-Class, CLK, E-Class, CLS vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the adhesive bonding between the glass panel and the frame of the sliding roof may not meet the relevant specifications. In such cases, the bonding could loosen over time, and the glass panel may not stay permanently attached to the vehicle for the lifetime of the vehicle. As a result, the glass panel could become completely detached from the vehicle, increasing the risk of accident and injury for other road users. Local legal requirements might not be complied with.

There are 204 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 24 January 2000 and 23 December 2010.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain Vito, Vito Tourer & V-Class vehicles

22 February 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain Vito, Vito Tourer & V-Class vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the drainage pipe for the fuel filter is laid may not be compliant with the specifications. This could lead to the drainage pipe butting up against the underbody panelling and rubbing during driving, which, in turn, could lead to leakage of diesel and a clearly perceptible smell of fuel. The leak could worsen over time. Depending on the volume of fuel leaking out, the risk of accident for following traffic could also increase. Local legal requirements might not be complied with. The risk of fire can be ruled out as there are no hot components close to the drainage pipe or in areas where leaking fuel could possibly collect.

There are 325 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 2 July 2020 and 27 April 2022.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain CLC Class vehicles

22 February 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain CLC Class vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the adhesive bonding between the glass panel and the frame of the sliding roof may not meet the relevant specifications. In such cases, the bonding could loosen over time, and the glass panel may not stay permanently attached to the vehicle for the lifetime of the vehicle. As a result, the glass panel could become completely detached from the vehicle, increasing the risk of accident and injury for other road users. Local legal requirements might not be complied with.

There are 42 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 20 October 2000 and 23 December 2010.

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) recalls certain EQE Class vehicles

14 February 2023

Motor Distributors Limited (Mercedes-Benz) is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain EQE Class vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in certain vehicles the connection of the B-pillar cladding to the structural insert might not meet the specifications. In the event of an accident involving window bag activation, the window bag in the upper B-pillar cladding might not open as intended. The B-pillar cladding could also become detached and end up inside the vehicle. This would increase the risk of injury to vehicle occupants.

There is 1 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 24 March 2022 and 2 August 2022.

 

 

Recall campaign next steps

MG Motor Ireland will be writing directly to all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their local dealer/authorised repairer, where all necessary repairs/replacement of parts will be carried out.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by the recall below, then you can contact your nearest MG Motor dealer using this online tool.

MG Motor Ireland recalls certain RX6, MG eHS  passenger vehicles

4 April, 2023

MG Motor Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain RX6, MG eHS passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby an earthing cable incorrectly attached to the heating element may become loose and cause a fire. 

There are 316 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 3 January 2021 and 28 October 2022.

Recall campaign next steps

Mitsubishi Fuso Ireland will be writing directly to all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their local dealer/authorised repairer, where all necessary repairs/replacement of parts will be carried out.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by the recall below, then you can contact your nearest Mitsubishi Fuso dealer using this online tool.

Mitsubishi Fuso Ireland recalls certain Mitsubishi Fuso Canter commercial vehicles

27 September 2023

Mitsubishi Fuso Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Mitsubishi Fuso Canter commercial vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby use of faulty materials means that components of the leaf springs could end up in the road and endanger other road users. In the faulty leaf springs, individual leaves of the lower spring assembly on axle 2 may break. Measure: under the planned recall, the leaf springs on the rear axle will be inspected visually. Leaf springs found to be faulty will be replaced. Leaf springs that were part of the faulty batch but are not damaged will also be replaced under the recall as a precautionary measure as soon as spare parts become available.

There are 70 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 1 January 2017 and 31 December 2021.

Recall campaign next steps

MOTEA GmbH will contact all affected customers informing them of the recall and the next steps to be taken.

If you purchased one of these products, please discontinue use immediately. Please see Motea’s Recall Notice displayed on their website where they detail how you can create a free returns label to return the product.

Motea GmbH recalls certain Craftride Ape-Hanger Handlebars 

6 July 2023

Motea GmBH is carrying out a recall of certain Craftride Ape-Hanger Handlebars.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the product does not comply with the requirements laid down in the Regulation on the approval and market surveillance of motor vehicles and their trailers, and of systems, components and separate technical units intended for such vehicles.

There are 23 affected handlebars in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 1 July 2018 and 1 December 2022

Recall campaign next steps

Megabikes Limited will contact all affected customers informing them of the recall and the next steps to be taken.

If you believe your vehicle may be affected by this recall, you can contact Megabikes Limited on (01) 478 4200.

Megabikes Limited recalls certain Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello Motorcycles

26 September 2023

Megabikes Limited is carrying out a recall of certain Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello Motorcycles.

The issue has been identified whereby the shock absorber may have been installed with one or more metal bushings missing from the mounting points, leading to increased friction. This increase in friction could in turn create an abnormal load on the shock absorber and cause it to break and detach from the mounting point. As a result there is a possible risk of losing control of the vehicle.

There are 7 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 2022 and 2023. 

Recall campaign next steps

Nissan Ireland will be writing directly to affected vehicle owners in order to arrange an inspection.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact a Nissan Dealer/Authorised Repairer or check-online through their website.

Alternatively, consumers can contact Nissan Ireland Customer Relations on 1850 302 302 or by email to [email protected]

Nissan Ireland Limited recalls certain Nissan Ariya vehicles

31 October 2023

Nissan Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Nissan Ariya model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby there is a potential for conductive fibrous shavings from the drive motors’ slip ring assembly to momentarily cause a short circuit between the two slip rings. The fibrous shavings are instantaneously burnt out resulting in no damage to any components. However, due to the fail-safe protocols, when the inverter detects a momentary over-current due to the short circuit it cuts the motor torque to protect internal components of the controller. The concern affects both 2WD and 4WD models.

There are 165 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 9 March 2022 and 5 April 2023.

Nissan Ireland Limited recalls certain Nissan Leaf vehicles

5 October 2023

Nissan Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Nissan Leaf vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in the course of internal quality control, Nissan has identified a potential malfunction that could affect the vehicle control module (VCM). In certain driving conditions, deactivation of the cruise control could be followed by sudden and unintentional acceleration. This could increase the risk of an accident.

There are 4,213 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 17 December 2017 and 30 May 2023.

Nissan Ireland Limited recalls certain Nissan NV400 vans

5 July 2023

Nissan Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Nissan NV400 vehicles.

The safety issue has been identified that the tightening torque on the injector fixings may be insufficient. This could cause exhaust gases to leak from the injectors. 

There are 8 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 8 December 2021 to 16 February 2022.

Nissan Ireland Limited recalls certain Nissan NV400 vans

20 June 2023

Nissan Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Nissan NV400 vehicles.

The safety issue has been identified that as a result of defective machining, leading to a misalignment of the pipe on the fuel injection system, fuel could leak from the injection system. This would result in a loss of power, make the engine stall and prevent it from being restarted. The fuel leak may cause environmental damage.

There is 1 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 3 May 2022 to 23 May 2022.

Recall campaign next steps

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) will directly contact all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their local Opel Dealer or Authorised Repairer where any necessary repairs will be carried out.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact Opel on 01-2161026 and [email protected]

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Opel Astra-L, Mokka, Grandland X model vehicles

28 November 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Opel Astra-L, Mokka, Grandland X model vehicles

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to an error in the specific calibration software of the electronic engine control unit (ECU), an incorrect value may be given when the data are processed by the vehicle. This may result in nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions that are above the regulatory limits. Excessive NOx emissions pose a risk to the environment.

There are 84 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between :

Astra-L: 19/07/2022 to 11/07/2023

Mokka: 05/01/2023 to 06/09/2023

Grandland X: 26/09/2022 to 02/09/2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Zafira and Vivaro vehicles

24 October 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Zafira and Vivaro model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a software error in the engine control unit prevents the malfunction indicator light (MIL) from switching on if the urea injector stops working. This can lead to higher emissions and poses a risk to the environment.

There are 62 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 30 January 2020 and 27 June 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Zafira and Vivaro vehicles

1 September 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Zafira and Vivaro vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a software error in the engine control unit prevents the malfunction indicator light (MIL) from switching on if the urea injector stops working. This can lead to higher emissions and poses a risk to the environment.

There are 15 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 2 December 2020 and 9 July 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Crossland X vehicles

1 August 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Crossland X vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in a limited number of vehicles, the rear cross-member was not manufactured in accordance with requirements (steel hardness). In some cases, this may lead to cracks in the rear axle cross-member and to noise. In the worst case scenario, the cracks may grow and affect the handling of the vehicle.

There are 136 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 26 May 2022 to 15 June 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Combo vehicles

14 June 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Combo vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the load index of the fitted tyres is lower than the declared mass on the rear axle. This could lead to the tyres being overloaded, which could damage the rear tyres and, in the worst case scenario, impede road grip. This could lead to higher fuel consumption and a fine if checked by the police or customs.

There are 239 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 3 October 2022 to 15 March 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Mokka vehicles

28 June 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Mokka vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby some vehicles may have a fuel leak in the engine compartment, which could lead to a risk of fire in the worst case scenario.

There are 45 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 9 May 2022 to 22 March 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Grandland X/Crossland X vehicles

14 June 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Grandland X/Crossland X vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby the vacuum pump may have been damaged because the oil inlet port of the vacuum pump could be obstructed by materials from the timing belt due to chemical corrosion by degraded oil. The ageing of the oil depends on the mileage and multiple stop/start cycles of the engine (as the engine mostly operates below its optimal temperature). The lubrication of the vacuum pump may thus be insufficient and, in the worst case scenario, lead to the vacuum pump breaking, resulting in a reduction or loss of braking assistance.

There are 233 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 12 April 2017 to 28 August 2018.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Grandland X vehicles

23 May 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Grandland X vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby certain vehicles equipped with the traction battery have occasionally overheated and/or given off smoke. In the worst-case scenario, this could cause the traction battery or the vehicle to catch fire.

There are 72 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 15 November 2019 to 28 October 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Grandland X vehicles

23 May 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Grandland X vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby in some vehicles, there may be a risk that water infiltration will cause rust-through corrosion of the battery reinforcement and battery case during the lifetime of the vehicle. In the worst-case scenario, this could result in corrosion of the battery case, and a potential battery fire could not be ruled out.

There are 70 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 2 July 2019 to 27 January 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Astra vehicles

21 April 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Astra vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby poor chassis bolting might affect some vehicles. In the worst-case scenario this may generate noise and/or lead to a loss of vehicle stability. An increased risk of accident cannot be ruled out.

There are 32 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 22 July 2022 to 30 November 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Insignia (E2JO, E2WO MY18, MY19, MY20) vehicles

15 March 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Opel Insignia (E2JO, E2WO MY18, MY19, MY20) vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby on certain vehicles under specific conditions (loss of vacuum), the hydraulic braking pressure regulator may not be activated to ensure the maximum reduced braking distance. The emergency solution is not activated. This could lead to accidents.

There are 2252 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 16 June 2016 to 5 October 2020.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Opel Grandland X (P1UO) vehicles

21 February 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Opel Grandland X (P1UO) vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby certain vehicles fitted with a 2-litre diesel engine may have been fitted with a diesel particulate filter (DPF) which may develop cracks if it unexpectedly overheats. This could be environmentally damaging.

There is 1 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 8 September 2017 to 24 November 2020.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Opel Combo vehicles

15 February 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Opel Combo vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby the metal protection underneath the engine included in the Site Pack for users who drive on any surface or difficult construction site (increased ground clearance, snow and mud grip) may allow the accumulation of debris in the front axle of the vehicle under certain driving conditions. If an excessive amount of debris accumulates in the front axle, such debris could be in contact with the exhaust pipe, which may become very hot and ignite the debris, causing a fire under the bodywork.

There is 1 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 12 March 2018 to 17 September 2021.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Opel Astra vehicles

31 January 2023 

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Opel Astra vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby the front belt pretensioner wiring harness on a limited number of vehicles was not according to specification. In some cases this could lead to that the driver pretensioner is not activated, when the passenger airbag is locked off.

There is 1 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 25 April 2022 to 26 April 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) recalls certain Opel Vivaro, Vivaro life and Zafira vehicles

10 January 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Opel Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Opel Vivaro, Vivaro life and Zafira vehicles. 

The issue has been identified whereby the fuel line may come into contact with the bodywork and plastic parts. There is a risk of fuel leakage in the rear part of the vehicle, with the result that the vehicle loses road contact or road users close to the vehicle could slip.

There are 258 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 6 October 2020 to 21 January 2022.

Recall campaign next steps

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) will be writing directly to those consumers affected by this recall.

If you believe your vehicle may be affected by this recall, you can contact Peugeot customer care on 01 409 2400.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot Peugeot RIFTER / PARTNER vehicles.

21 December 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot RIFTER/ PARTNER model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to an error in the specific calibration software of the electronic engine control unit (ECU), an incorrect value may be given when the data are processed by the vehicle. This may result in nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions that are above the regulatory limits. Excessive NOx emissions pose a risk to the environment. 

There are 2806 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 31 January 2022 and 24 July 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot 208 version 2 vehicles.

20 December 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot 208 version 2 model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby on the vehicles affected, a clip fastening on the windscreen pillar trim could be rotated by 180°. In the worst case scenario, when the curtain airbag is deployed, the trim on the windscreen pillar could become detached and injure the person.

There are 2 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 16 June 2023 and 22 November 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot 3008, 5008, 208 and 308 vehicles.

28 November 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot 3008, 5008, 208 and 308 vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to an error in the specific calibration software of the electronic engine control unit (ECU), an incorrect value may be given when the data are processed by the vehicle. This may result in nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions that are above the regulatory limits. Excessive NOx emissions pose a risk to the environment.

There are 1621 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between:

3008: 05/04/2022-01/09/2023

5008: 13/04/2022-06/09/2023

208: 06/05/2022-03/07/2023

308: 10/05/2022-03/07/2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot 208 model vehicles.

9 November 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot 208 model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby it is possible that the vehicles do not comply with anti-pollution standards. The hydrocarbon (HC) level is above the legal limits.

There are 2 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 16 April 2019 and 15 February 2023.

 

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot Traveller and Expert vehicles.

24 October 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot Traveller and Expert vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a software error in the engine control unit prevents the malfunction indicator light (MIL) from switching on if the urea injector stops working. This can lead to higher emissions and poses a risk to the environment.

There are 58 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 30 January 2020 and 27 June 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot Traveller and Expert vehicles

1 September 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot Traveller and Expert vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a software error in the engine control unit prevents the malfunction indicator light (MIL) from switching on if the urea injector stops working. This can lead to higher emissions and poses a risk to the environment.

There are 30 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 18 February 2020 and 11 July 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot 208, 2008, 301, 308, 3008, 508, 5008, Boxer, Rifter, Partner, Traveller, Expert vehicles

22 August 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot 208, 2008, 301, 308, 3008, 508, 5008, Boxer, Rifter, Partner, Traveller, Expert vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby a software error in the engine control unit prevents the malfunction indicator light (MIL) from switching on if the urea injector stops working. This can lead to higher emissions and poses a risk to the environment.

There are 6,355 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between :

301: 15/01/2020 to 01/02/2022

308: 26/09/2019 to 07/09/2021

3008: 18/06/2020 to 08/11/2022

5008: 15/06/2020 to 21/11/2022

BOXER: 26/05/2020 to 02/12/2022

TRAVELLER / EXPERT:16/06/2020 to 12/07/2022

2008: 07/02/2020 to 14/10/2022

208: 08/01/2020 to 19/10/2022

508: 04/09/2020 to 15/07/2022

RIFTER / PARTNER: 17/06/2020 to 07/11/2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot 3008 / 508 vehicles

25 July 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot 3008 / 508 vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby certain vehicles fitted with a traction battery have been found to have occasional overheating problems and/or smoke emission problems. In the worst case scenario, this could cause a fire in the traction battery or the vehicle.

There are 239 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 12 March 2019 and 8 December 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot Partner vehicles

25 July 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot Partner vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the load index of the fitted tyres is lower than the declared mass on the rear axle. This could lead to the tyres being overloaded, which could damage the rear tyres and, in the worst case scenario, impede road grip. This could lead to higher fuel consumption and a fine if checked by the police or customs.

There are 354 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 4 October 2022 and 15 March 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot 3008 / 508 vehicles

7 July 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot 3008 / 508 vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby certain vehicles fitted with a traction battery have been found to have occasional overheating problems and/or smoke emission problems. In the worst case scenario, this could cause a fire in the traction battery or the vehicle.

There are 396 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 12 March 2019 and 8 December 2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot 208 vehicles

3 July 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot 208 vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the rubber in the tyres on some vehicles may not be compliant. In the worst-case scenario, this may lead to a problem of vehicle manoeuvrability with adjustment of the ESP and/or a longer braking distance, mainly on wet ground. The problem will be amplified if there are compliant and non-compliant tyres on the same vehicle.

There are 3 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 28 February 2023 and 14 March 2023.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot 2008/ 208/ 3008/ 308/ 5008/ PARTNER vehicles

14 June 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot 2008/ 208/ 3008/ 308/ 5008/ Partner vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the vacuum pump may have been damaged because the oil inlet port of the vacuum pump could be obstructed by materials from the timing belt due to chemical corrosion by degraded oil. The ageing of the oil depends on the mileage and multiple stop/start cycles of the engine (as the engine mostly operates below its optimal temperature). The lubrication of the vacuum pump may thus be insufficient and, in the worst case scenario, lead to the vacuum pump breaking, resulting in a reduction or loss of braking assistance.

There are 1705 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 3 April 2017 and 11 December 2020.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot 3008 V2 / 508 V2 vehicles

6 June 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot 3008 V2 / 508 V2 vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to water infiltration, corrosion of the battery housing may occur, creating a fire risk.

There are 651 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between:

508 V2: 10/07/2019 to 25/01/2023

3008 V2: 12/03/2019 to 12/12/2022

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot 3008 V2 (P84)/ 508 V2 (R823 EUROPE) vehicles

6 June 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot 3008 V2 (P84)/ 508 V2 (R823 EUROPE) vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to water infiltration, corrosion of the battery housing may occur, creating a fire risk.

There are 651 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between:

508 V2 (R823 EUROPE): 10/07/2019 to 25/01/2023

3008 V2 (P84): 12/03/2019 to 12/12/2022

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot 3008, 508 vehicles

6 June 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot 3008, 508 vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby certain vehicles fitted with a traction battery have been found to have occasional overheating problems and/or smoke emission problems. In the worst case scenario, this could cause a fire in the traction battery or the vehicle.

There are 15 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between:

3008: 12/03/2019 to 8/12/2022,

508: 10/07/2019 to 23/11/2022.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot 508 V2 vehicles

15 February 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot 508 V2 vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified that the software of the engine calculator of certain vehicles equipped with a BlueHDi 1.5L engine and an automatic gearbox may be poorly calibrated, which may cause the engine to stall when operating at altitude in cold temperatures. In the worst-case scenario, if the driver does not stop the vehicle, this may lead to a loss of braking assistance.

There are 84 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 31 January 2018 to 13 March 2020.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot Partner/ Rifter vehicles

15 February 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot Partner/ Rifter vehicles.

The issue has been identified whereby the metal protection underneath the engine included in the Site Pack for users who drive on any surface or difficult construction site (increased ground clearance, snow and mud grip) may allow the accumulation of debris in the front axle of the vehicle under certain driving conditions. If an excessive amount of debris accumulates in the front axle, such debris could be in contact with the exhaust pipe, which may become very hot and ignite the debris, causing a fire under the bodywork.

There are 71 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 8 November 2017 and 21 September 2021.

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot 3008 V2 (P84) 308 V2 (T9) 5008 V2 (P87) 508 V2 vehicles

9 February 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot DS7 CROSSBACK (X74) / 3008 V2 (P84) 308 V2 (T9) 5008 V2 (P87) 508 V2 vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified that a certain number of vehicles equipped with a 2-litre diesel engine may have been equipped with a diesel particle filter (DPF) with potential cracks following the accidental overheating of the DPF. This could have an impact on the environment.

There are 25 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between the following dates:

3008 V2 (P84)                   29/03/2017 19/01/2022

308 V2 (T9)                        12/01/2017 20/07/2020

5008 V2 (P87)                   26/04/2017 31/01/2022

508 V2 (R823 EUROPE) 11/01/2018 12/10/2021

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) recalls certain Peugeot Traveller / Expert 4 vehicles

2 February 2023

Gowan Distributors Limited (Peugeot Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Peugeot Traveller / Expert 4 vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the insufficient injection of AdBlue liquid at very cold temperatures (when the temperature of the tank, including the fluid, is approximately -15 °C). When the vehicle has remained at a very low temperature for a long time, the AdBlue liquid may have frozen and the system cannot heat it quickly enough. As a result, the emission level may exceed the regulatory limits at very low temperatures in some cases.

There are 27 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 30 January 2020 to 22 April 2021.

Recall campaign next steps

Porsche Cars Ireland Limited will directly contact all affected customers when the recall is launched to make an appointment.

If you believe that your vehicle may be impacted by the recall below, please contact Porsche Centre Dublin on (01) 850 3991.

Porsche Cars Ireland Limited recalls certain Porsche Panamera passenger vehicles

4 July 2023

Porsche Cars Ireland Limited recalls certain Porsche Panamera passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the A-pillar trim may become detached in the event of an accident involving deployment of the side airbags and could strike the occupants.

There is 8 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced between 21 July 2015 to 10 November 2021.

Recall campaign next steps

Setanta Vehicle Importers Ltd (Renault Trucks Ireland) will directly contact all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their local Renault Trucks Dealer immediately and arrange a suitable appointment to have your vehicle inspected. If you have any queries regarding this safety recall, please contact [email protected]

Setanta Vehicle Importers Ltd recalls certain Renault commercial vehicles

16 August 2023

Setanta Vehicle Importers Ltd recalls certain Renault C, K, T, T High commercial vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to incorrect software control, the windscreen wipers could fail, which could, depending on the weather conditions, make it difficult to see through the windscreen.  

 There are 196 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 13 September 2021 to 20 March 2023.

Setanta Vehicle Importers Ltd recalls certain Renault commercial vehicles

14 March 2023

Setanta Vehicle Importers Ltd recalls certain Renault C, T / T HIGH commercial vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby is that the screws for the front axle fastening may lose torque and unscrew. As a result, there is a risk of a loose front axle, which may lead to a loss of control over the vehicle.

There are 52 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 4 April 2022 to 2 December 2022.

Recall campaign next steps

Renault Ireland Limited will directly contact all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their local authorised repairer where any necessary repairs will be carried out.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, you can contact Renault for further information on 1890 771 771, or alternatively use their recall checker by following this link.

Renault Ireland Limited recalls certain Renault Zoe passenger vehicles

21 June 2023

Renault Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Renault Zoe passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified that that an irregularity has been detected in the factory assembly process as a result of failure to comply with the operating procedure at the assembly station of the seatback of the rear bench seat. There is a risk that rear passengers and items in the rear boot will be thrown forwards during hard braking.

There are 12 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 14 November 2022 to 3 December 2022.

Renault Ireland Limited recalls certain Renault Clio V passenger vehicles

23 May 2023

Renault Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Renault Clio V passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified that there is possible noise from seat and loss of left rear seat restraint in the event of severe braking and/or impact.

There is 1 vehicle affected in the Republic of Ireland that was produced on 13 January 2023.

Recall campaign next steps

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Seat Ireland) has sent a letter to the registered owners of the vehicles affected informing them of the recall and the next steps to be taken.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact Seat Ireland’s customer care here, or via [email protected] or speak to your local Seat dealer for further information.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Seat Ireland) recalls certain Seat Alhambra, Ateca, Ibiza, Leon and Toledo passenger vehicles

6 October 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Seat Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Seat Alhambra, Ateca, Ibiza, Leon and Toledo passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in the affected vehicles with a driver airbag manufactured by Takata, it is possible that the propellant will deteriorate due to high humidity and variations in temperature. In the event of an accident in which the steering wheel airbag is deployed, this could result in fragments from the inflator housing coming loose and injuring the vehicle’s occupants. Measure: in the vehicles concerned, the front airbag on the driver’s side must be replaced. 

 There are 8 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 15 June 2012 and 6 September 2017.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Seat Ireland) recalls certain Seat Tarraco passenger vehicles

24 July 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Seat Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Seat Tarraco passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby it is possible that four out of the six welding points on the bottom connection of the impact absorption carrier of the rear left door are too small. In the event of an impact, the overall robustness of the rear left door cannot be guaranteed. The biomechanical requirements for occupants of the second row of seats cannot be guaranteed.

There are 5 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 13 January 2023 and 22 February 2023.

Recall campaign next steps

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Skoda Ireland) has sent a letter to the registered owners of the vehicles affected informing them of the recall and the next steps to be taken.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact Skoda Ireland’s customer care on 1800 813 764, or via [email protected] or speak to your local Skoda dealer for further information.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Skoda Ireland) recalls certain Skoda Fabia Passenger vehicles

27 September 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Skoda Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Skoda Fabia passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in the event of an accident involving the deployment of the front airbags, it cannot be completely ruled out that increased friction between the airbag and the dashboard will cause damage to the material when the passenger airbag inflates. As a result, the airbag may then tear when it inflates further. As the gas is released prematurely through the additional opening in the airbag, the airbag cannot fully protect the passenger. If damaged, there is an increased risk of injury for the front passenger. Measure: the front passenger airbag module is to be replaced by a friction-optimised version.

There are 370 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 21 June 2021 and 10 June 2022.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Skoda Ireland) recalls certain Skoda Citigo, Roomster, Fabia II, Fabia III, Rapid, Yeti, Kodiaq, Octavia III, Superb II and Superb III vehicles

12 April 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited (Skoda Ireland) is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Skoda Citigo, Roomster, Fabia II, Fabia III, Rapid, Yeti, Kodiaq, Octavia III, Superb II and Superb III vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to possible degradation of the propellant, the inflator may burst when the driver airbag is activated in an accident. If the inflator bursts, metallic particles may be thrown into the interior and could injure or kill occupants of the vehicle.

There are 11 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced 1 June 2012 to 15 December 2017.

Recall campaign next steps

I.M. Automotive Limited (Subaru Ireland) will be writing directly to all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their local dealer/authorised repairer, where any necessary repairs/replacement of parts will be carried out.

If you believe that your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, you can contact Subaru customer support directly on 01 4033969, or use the dealer locator  to find your nearest Subaru dealer.

I.M. Automotive Limited (Subaru Ireland) recalls certain Subaru Legacy, Outback, Levorg, WRX, Impreza, XV passenger vehicles

30 August 2023

I.M Automotive Limited is carrying out a a voluntary recall of certain Subaru Outback, Levorg, WRX, Impreza, XV passenger vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the Electronic Park Brake (EPB) adaptor cord connector may not operate as intended. This could result in vehicle moving or rolling away whilst the vehicle is engaged in the park position.

There are 212 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between:

Impreza, XV: 2017-2019

Legacy, Outback, Levorg, WRX: 2015-2018

Recall campaign next steps

Tesla Motors Ireland Limited will directly contact all affected customers when the recall is launched to make an appointment. 

If you believe that your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact Tesla for support on 01 5134727 or alternatively, you can visit the Tesla VIN Recall Search and input your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).

Tesla Motors Ireland Limited recalls certain Tesla Model X vehicles

29 November 2023

Tesla Motors Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Tesla Model X vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the control unit may fail to detect when the brake fluid level is low. A low brake fluid level may increase braking distance, increasing the risk of accident. Action required: control-unit software update (OTA).

There are 4 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 11 February 2021 and 27 September 2023.

Recall campaign next steps

Toyota Ireland will directly contact all affected customers by post advising them to make an appointment with their local Authorised Repairer where any necessary repairs/replacements of parts will be carried out. To check if your vehicle is affected by this recall campaign, please visit the Toyota Recall Checker and input your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact Toyota Ireland's Contact Centre by phone on 1800 111 133 or by email at [email protected].

Toyota Ireland recalls certain Toyota Proace City & Proace City BEV model vehicles

15 December 2023

Toyota Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Toyota Proace City & Proace City BEV model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to a design mistake, the telematic unit for e-Call may not always work as required. There is a risk that at certain Public Safety Answering Points (PSAP) the automatic call back function from the PSAP to the vehicle might not work. Consequently, it’s possible that the PSAP cannot automatically re-establish connection with the vehicle if the initial connection has ended.

There are 922 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 2 December 2019 and 30 June 2022.

Toyota Ireland recalls certain Toyota Proace City model vehicles

15 December 2023

Toyota Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Toyota Proace City model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby there is an error in the specific software calibration of the Engine Electronic Control Unit. As a consequence, the Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) will not turn ON when the urea consumption (which is part of the exhaust after-treatment system) is lower than target threshold. As a result, this leads to non-compliance with the emission regulation.

There are 186 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 3 March 2023 to 26 July 2023.

Toyota Ireland recalls certain Toyota BZ4X model vehicles

22 November 2023

Toyota Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Toyota BZ4X vehicles.

The subject vehicles are equipped with a combination meter system containing an electronic control unit (ECU), where various information is displayed (warning and indicator lights, vehicle gauges, messages, etc.) in a multi-information display, and a DCM (Data Communication Module). The DCM communicates with the meter ECU to check vehicle status within a certain amount of time after the power switch is turned off. If the communication between the DCM and the meter ECU occurs at the time the meter ECU executes a certain process, the meter ECU may not complete that process. If this occurs, the display will become blank after a new key cycle and will not display certain telltales and indicators. Because the meter ECU also interfaces with other functions, such as turn signal lamps, hazard lights and the Pre-Collision System, those functions will be deactivated. As a result, the vehicle may not meet certain requirements of European regulations. Driving without these functions may result in an increased risk of a crash in certain driving conditions.

There are 1275 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 2nd November 2021 to 7th August 2023.

Toyota Ireland recalls certain Toyota Highlander model vehicles

22 November 2023

Toyota Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Toyota Highlander vehicles.

The subject vehicles are equipped with a resin front bumper cover assembly consisting of an upper and a lower front bumper cover. The engine under cover and left and right fender liners are connected to the lower bumper cover. The lower bumper cover is connected to the upper bumper cover by push-clips and mounting tabs. If there is minor impact to the lower front bumper cover during normal vehicle operation, some of the mounting tabs could detach, and the retention force of the remaining attachment points may become compromised. In this condition, the lower bumper cover, the engine under cover, and the fender liners may detach from the vehicle while driving, which could become a road hazard, increasing the risk of a crash or injury for other road users.

There are 178 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 6th December 2019 to 29th August 2023.

Toyota Ireland recalls certain Corolla, Aygo, BZ4X, CHR Camry, Corolla Cross Lexus ES, Highlander, Hilux, Prius, Yaris Cross vehicles

03 October 2023

Toyota Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Corolla, Aygo, BZ4X, CHR Camry, Corolla Cross Lexus ES, Highlander, Hilux, Prius, Yaris Cross vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby The subject vehicles are equipped with a DCM (Data Communication Module) designed by a specific supplier. In addition to other data related services, this DCM supports an emergency calling system (eCall), which enables emergency calls to be made manually, or in the event of certain severe crashes, automatically. Due to the software programming for the DCM memory capacity, there is a possibility that the DCM may not complete the shutdown process within a specific period of time when the ignition is turned off, causing the DCM to not restart at the next ignition cycle and making the eCall function unavailable. If this condition occurs, there is no warning to the vehicle occupant that the in-vehicle system cannot place an emergency call. As a result, the vehicles do not comply with EU regulation 2015/758.

There are 2684 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 9 October 2020 and 4 August 2023.

Toyota Ireland recalls certain Yaris and Yaris Cross vehicles

22 August 2023

Toyota Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Yaris and Yaris Cross vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby there is a possibility that wheel nuts on the right-side front and rear wheels may not have been torqued correctly due to improper tightening of the nuts when installing the wheels at the vehicle assembly plant. This could cause all the nuts on a wheel to loosen to the point where they can detach while driving which may result in a loss of vehicle control, increasing the risk of a crash.

There are 12 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between:

Yaris: 13 June 2023-21 June 2023

Yaris Cross: 13 June 2023-23 June 2023

Toyota Ireland recalls certain Proace City and Proace Verso vehicles

5 July 2023

Toyota Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Proace Verso and Proace City vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby there is an error in the specific software calibrations of the Engine Control Unit. As a consequence, the Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) will not turn on when the urea injection system (which is part of the exhaust after treatment system) shuts down caused by urea overpressure. As a result, the customer is not warned and might drive with increased tailpipe emissions until the next maintenance.

There are 622 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 28 November 2020 to 11 July 2022.

Toyota Ireland recalls certain Proace Verso vehicles

5 July 2023

Toyota Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Proace Verso vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby there is an error in the specific software calibration of the Engine Electronic Control Unit. When the data is read out from the vehicle, an incorrect IUPR (In-Use Performance Ratio) value is shown. This does not comply with regulations, however there is no impact on safety or vehicles' exhaust emissions.

There are 117 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 5 October 2021 to 15 June 2022.

Toyota Ireland recalls certain Proace City vehicles

6 June 2023

Toyota Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Proace City vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to a design problem, the load capacity of the rear tyres is lower than the mass capability of the rear axle of the vehicle. Consequently, there is a risk that the client will exceed the load capacity of the tyres when loading the vehicle with the given mass capability of the rear axle, which could cause an accident. Secondly, the client could potentially fail the mandatory roadworthiness test due to the tyre/data mismatch.

There are 288 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 14 October 2022 to 17 March 2023.

Toyota Ireland recalls certain Rav 4 PHEV vehicles

31 January 2023

Toyota Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Rav 4 PHEV vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified with the affected plug-in hybrid vehicles whereby, due to certain characteristics of the software, the HV battery output may not be limited as required to protect the battery.

If the accelerator pedal is rapidly pressed to further accelerate the vehicle after it has been continuously driven in “EV mode” in cold temperature and the HV battery voltage decreases, the voltage may drop rapidly below a specified threshold. If this occurs, the vehicle will display a warning message and the hybrid system will shut down, resulting in loss of motive power. If the vehicle loses motive power while being driven at higher speeds, there could be an increased risk of a crash.

There are 3 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 26th November 2019 to 17th June 2021.

Toyota Ireland recalls certain Proace City vehicles

16 January 2023

Toyota Ireland is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Proace City vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified with the affected vehicles whereby there is an error in the specific software calibration of the traction battery control unit. Consequently, a false detection of the cell voltage and/or the battery temperature could occur.

In such condition the failsafe system will cut the motor power to prevent any damage to the traction battery, leading to loss of drive. This may increase the risk of an accident.

There are 11 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 6 September 2022 to 30 November 2022.

Recall campaign next steps

Nextcar Limited will directly contact all affected customers advising them to make an appointment with their authorised repairer, where necessary works will be carried out on vehicles.

To check if your vehicle is affected by this recall campaign, please visit the Triumph Motorcycles Safety Recall Search Page and input your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).

Nextcar Limited recalls Triumph Rocket 3 Gt Triple Black, Rocket 3 R Black, Rocket 3 Gt, Rocket 3 R, Rocket 3 TFC Motorcycles

21 November 2023

Nextcar Limited is carrying out a recall of certain Triumph Rocket 3 Gt Triple Black, Rocket 3 R Black, Rocket 3 Gt, Rocket 3 R, Rocket 3 TFC Motorcycles

A safety issue has been identified whereby the vehicles that have been parked or stored for long periods of time may demonstrate noticeably increased rear brake pedal travel than that previously experienced prior to storage. In the event of an affected motorcycle being stored, the rear brake pedal must be depressed over a greater distance than prior to storage before the brake engages. A small number of motorcycles that are used regularly may also demonstrate smaller increases in brake pedal travel. Once engaged, rear brake performance is unaffected. Front brakes are not affected and will remain fully functional. 

There are 24 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 11 July 2019 and 2 October 2023.

Nextcar Limited recalls Triumph Trident 660; Tiger Sport 660 Motorcycles

19 September 2023

Nextcar Limited is carrying out a recall of certain Triumph Trident 660; Tiger Sport 660 Motorcycles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby an obstruction can change the air pressure arriving at and recorded by the MAP Sensor. The MAP sensor requires accurate manifold air pressure readings in order to send correct information to the ECU. The ECU will adjust the air/fuel ratio based on the data received from the MAP sensor. On defective motorcycles inaccurate MAP data can lead to unstable idle and sometimes an engine stall, increasing the risk of a crash. Triumph will replace the original single hose part with assured 3-part hose.

There are 51 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 24 July 2020 to 8 August 2023.

Nextcar Limited recalls Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS and Speed Triple 1200 RR Motorcycles

15 February 2023

Nextcar Limited is carrying out a recall of certain Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS and Speed Triple 1200 RR Motorcycles.

During high outside temperatures and slow-moving traffic the radiator cooling fan could overheat, causing the fan’s electric motor to shut down and a warning icon to illuminate. Ignoring this message could result in leakage or spray of hot coolant. This can lead to the rider falling from the motorcycle resulting in bruising and fractures.

There are 7 affected vehicles in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 1 September 2020 to 15 January 2023.

 

Recall campaign next steps

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited has sent a letter to the registered owners of the vehicles affected informing them of the recall and the next steps to be taken.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, then you can contact Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited’s customer care on 1850 812 761, via [email protected] or speak to your local Volkswagen Retailer for further information.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited recalls certain Volkswagen Crafter, Fox, Golf Cabriolet, Polo, up!, Vivo model vehicles

6 December 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Volkswagen Crafter, Fox, Golf Cabriolet, Polo, up!, Vivo model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in the vehicles affected with a front airbag manufactured by Takata during a specific period, it is possible that the propellant will deteriorate due to high humidity and temperature variations. In the event of an accident in which the front airbag is deployed, this could result in fragments from the inflator housing coming loose and injuring the vehicle’s occupants. Action required: The front airbag on the driver’s side is being replaced in the vehicles affected.

 There are 61 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 30 May 2008 to 13 August 2014.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited recalls certain Volkswagen EOS, Golf, Passat, Passat Cc, Polo, Sharan vehicles

9 August 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain EOS, GOLF, PASSAT, PASSAT CC, POLO, SHARAN vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in the affected vehicles, with a front airbag manufactured by Takata during a specific period, it is possible that the propellant will deteriorate due to high humidity and temperature variations. In the event of an accident in which the front airbag is deployed, this could result in fragments from the inflator housing coming loose and injuring the vehicle’s occupants.

 There are 45 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 30 May 2008 to 13 August 2014.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited recalls certain Volkswagen Polo, Passat, T5 vehicles

14 June 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain VW Polo, Passat, T5 vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in the affected Polo, Passat and T5 vehicles with a front airbag manufactured by Takata during a specific period, it is possible that the propellant will deteriorate due to high humidity and temperature variations. In the event of an accident in which the front airbag is deployed, this could result in fragments from the inflator housing coming loose and injuring the vehicle’s occupants.

There are 3 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 5 April 2007 to 28 September 2010.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited recalls certain Volkswagen Gol, Voyage, Saveiro, Fox, Fox-Derivate and Passat NMS vehicles

20 March 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain VW Gol, Voyage, Saveiro, Fox, Fox-Derivate and Passat NMS vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in certain VW vehicles with an airbag from the manufacturer Takata that were produced during a limited period, it is possible that a change in the propellant may occur in warm and humid climatic regions. The cause is a nylon seal on the inflator which does not adequately prevent the ingress of moisture into the propellant. In the event of an accident in which the airbag is deployed, this could result in fragments from the inflator housing coming loose and injuring the vehicle’s occupants.

There are 3 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 11 November 2013 to 28 June 2017.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited recalls certain Volkswagen Passat vehicles

20 March 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain VW Passat vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby in certain VW vehicles with an airbag from the manufacturer Takata that were produced during a limited period, it is possible that a change in the propellant may occur in warm and humid climatic regions. The cause is a nylon seal on the inflator which does not adequately prevent the ingress of moisture into the propellant. In the event of an accident in which the airbag is deployed, this could result in fragments from the inflator housing coming loose and injuring the vehicle’s occupants. Repair measure: Replacement of the inflator/airbag module.

There are 3 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 11 November 2013 to 28 June 2017.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited recalls certain Volkswagen Tiguan vehicles

22 February 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain VW Tiguan vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to a manufacturing error on the part of a supplier, it is possible that the rear wheel bearing housing was not manufactured in accordance with the manufacturer’s specification. As a result of sporadic faults in the pressure casting system, individual rear wheel bearing housings were manufactured and then installed with oxide inclusions. The defective wheel bearing housings may fail prematurely and break. This could cause the housing to fracture, impairing the vehicle’s road-holding ability. Action: The date of manufacture of the two rear wheel bearing housings will be checked on the vehicles concerned and, if necessary, replaced.

There are 13 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 17 May 2021 to 1 August 2021.

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited recalls certain Volkswagen ID. BUZZ vehicles

19 January 2023

Volkswagen Group Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain VW ID. BUZZ vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby due to a manufacturing error in individual tyres, there is a possibility of sudden loss of air to summer tyres of size and design 255/50 R19 107T XL Eco Contact 6Q ContiSeal (+). A sudden loss of air may affect driving stability and lead to an accident.

There are 10 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 18 July 2022 to 4 November 2022.

 

Recall campaign next steps

Volvo Group UK Limited will directly contact all affected customers when the recall is launched to make an appointment.

If you believe that your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, please contact your nearest Volvo Truck dealer. You can identify your closest Volvo Truck dealer using this Online Tool.

Volvo Group UK Limited recalls certain Volvo FHE / FME (4) (FH, FH16, FM) commercial vehicles

28 July 2023

Volvo Group UK Limited recalls certain Volvo Trucks FHE / FME (4) (FH, FH16, FM) commercial vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby there is a risk that both 12 V batteries and their power cables may overheat during charging of deep-cycle traction batteries. There is a risk of a vehicle fire.

There are 16 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 12 September 2022 to 21 April 2023.

Recall campaign next steps

Volvo Car Ireland Limited will be writing directly to those consumers affected by this recall. The letter will advise affected vehicle owners to contact their nearest Volvo Dealer or Authorised Repairer.

If you believe your vehicle may be impacted by any of the recall(s) below, Volvo Car Ireland Limited can be contacted on 01-4631220 or through their website.

Volvo Car Ireland Limited recalls certain Volvo  XC90 model vehicles

8 December 2023

Volvo Car Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain Volvo XC90 model vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby the anchorage bolts for the second-row seat belts and seat belt buckles may not have been correctly secured.  In a worst-case scenario, this may not provide sufficient protection in the event of a collision.

There are 43 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between 12 January 2014 and 29 September 2023.

Volvo Car Ireland Limited recalls certain Volvo S60, V60, V60CC, S90, V90, V90CC, XC60, XC90, XC40 and C40 vehicles

24 January 2023

Volvo Car Ireland Limited is carrying out a voluntary recall on certain S60, V60, V60CC, S90, V90, V90CC, XC60, XC90, XC40 and C40 Vehicles.

A safety issue has been identified whereby there is a potential software error in the brake control module, which could in rare cases lead to a loss of braking support functions.  Should this occur, a “Stop Safely, Brake failure” message will be displayed in the DIM and drivers will experience a stiff brake pedal.  Built-in safety mechanisms ensures that the car will retain braking capability.

The production dates for the vehicles affected are: 

S60         26/09/2022 to 11/01/2023

V60        11/08/2022 to 13/01/2023

V60CC   C 22/09/2022 to 12/01/2023

S90         30/11/2022 to 12/01/2023         

V90        12/10/2022 to 13/01/2023         

V90CC   C 11/10/2022 to 13/01/2023      

XC60      10/11/2022 to 13/01/2023         

XC90      11/10/2022 to 13/01/2023         

XC40      19/08/2022 to 13/01/2023         

C40        09/09/2022 to 22/12/2022

There are 391 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland.

Recall campaign next steps

Danfay Limited will contact all affected customers, through their dealer network, advising them to make an appointment with their local Authorised Repairer where any necessary modifications will be carried out.

If you believe that your vehicle may be impacted by this recall, then you can contact Danfay Limited on (01) 2859177 or email [email protected]

Danfay Limited recalls certain Yamaha MWD300 (Tricity 300) Motorcycles

6 July 2023

Danfay Limited  is carrying out a voluntary recall of certain Yamaha MWD300 (Tricity 300) Motorcycles

A safety issue has been identified whereby the Standing Assist System does not release immediately after deactivation and continues to block the front suspension. There is an increased risk of falling.

There are 43 vehicles affected in the Republic of Ireland that were produced between: 1 February 2020 and 28 February 2022.