Swedish car maker Volvo ranks first in the list of the world's most trusted car maker. However, Volvo had to recall many of its vehicles worldwide due to a safety problem. Volvo broke the recall record, recalling about 730 thousand vehicles.
It has been reported that some models of the Swedish car giant Volvo have recalled 736 thousand vehicles due to a malfunction in the autonomous emergency braking system. Volvo Cars Press Officer Stefan Elfström stated that the recalled models include the V40, V60, V70, S80, XC60 and XC90s.
Volvo Recall Reason What is the autonomous emergency braking system?
The autonomous emergency braking system warns aloud if you do not react to an obstacle while driving, then automatically brakes if there is still no response.
Video of Volvo Autonomous Emergency Braking System (AEB): Test of the autonomous emergency brake system of the Volvo XC90 with a speed of 70 km / h.
The autonomous emergency braking system problem was raised last year by a private company testing an XC60 model. The test team noticed that the Volvo XC60 did not brake automatically many times in front of objects that came in front of it. The test company, which released the test results, returned the XC60 it was working on to Volvo's headquarters in Sweden. Immediately acting on the subject, Volvo officials determined that the Autonomous emergency braking system problem was in all models produced since January 2019. Among these models, S60, S90It was announced that there are V60, V60 Cross Country, V90, V90 Cross Country, XC40, XC60 and XC90. That's why Volvo announced that they asked their users to bring their vehicles back. The vehicles are collected at the Volvo headquarters in Gothenburg.
Which Volvo Models Are Recalled?
It is stated that car owners of Volvo, S60, S90, V60, V60 Cross Country, V90, V90 Cross Country, XC40, XC60 and XC90 should bring their vehicles back. Volvo announced that no injuries or accident reports have been received by the vehicle owners, which have been subject to recall so far. In addition, the Swedish automaker said that vehicles with an autonomous emergency braking system malfunction will be repaired free of charge and necessary information will be given to the owners.