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Jeep Wrangler recalled over potential fire risk

The cars affected by the recall are the ones imported via the CBU route.

Jeep has recalled 39 units of the Wrangler sold in India over a faulty fuel supply line connector. It could cause a fuel leak and is a potential fire hazard.

Vehicles manufactured between January 24, 2020 and March 17, 2020, are said to be affected by this issue.

Earlier this year, Jeep launched the locally-assembled Wrangler in the Indian market at Rs. 53.90 lakh (ex-showroom). Prior to this, the off-roader was imported as a completely built unit (CBU). The cars affected by the recall are the ones imported via the CBU route.

Owners have been advised to get their vehicles inspected at their nearest Jeep dealership.

 
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