19 August 2023, Mumbai: Indian automaker Mahindra and Mahindra has revealed plans to conduct a detailed examination of 108,306 units of its popular XUV700 sports utility vehicle. These units were produced between June 8, 2021, and June 28, 2023. The company’s decision stems from concerns about the potential risk of damage to the wiring loom within these vehicles. The XUV700 is part of Mahindra’s SUV lineup, which also includes models like Scorpio and Thar. Mahindra stands as the second-largest producer of SUVs in India based on volume.
Focus on XUV400 for Brake Potentiometer Issue
Additionally, Mahindra will be closely scrutinizing 3,560 units of its XUV400 vehicles. These units were manufactured between February 16, 2023, and June 5, 2023. The inspection aims to identify any instances of an ineffective spring return action in the brake potentiometer of these XUV400 SUVs. This proactive approach highlights Mahindra’s commitment to ensuring the safety and reliability of its vehicles.
Mahindra’s Assurance of Cost-Free Inspection and Rectification
Mahindra has assured its customers that the inspection and any necessary corrective actions will be undertaken without any financial burden. The company will bear the cost of these procedures. All affected customers will receive personalized communication from Mahindra regarding the inspection process. This customer-centric approach underscores Mahindra’s dedication to addressing any concerns and maintaining the trust of its valued patrons.