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Hyundai Recalls 1,744 Ioniq 5 SUVs in India: Swift Action

Hyundai Motors India has issued a recall for 1,744 units of its electric SUV, the Ioniq 5, citing a specific concern that requires immediate attention. This recall is part of Hyundai’s commitment to ensuring customer safety and satisfaction.

The issue revolves around a potential defect in the Electric Vehicle Power Inverter Assembly, which has been identified as a safety risk. Although the exact nature of the defect has not been disclosed by Hyundai, the recall emphasizes the importance of addressing potential hazards promptly.

Owners of the affected vehicles are urged to take proactive measures by contacting their nearest Hyundai dealership to schedule an inspection and necessary repairs. Hyundai has reassured customers that the inspection and rectification process will be conducted free of cost, prioritizing customer convenience and safety.

The recall comes amidst the increasing popularity of electric vehicles in India. As more people opt for eco-friendly transportation solutions, it becomes crucial for manufacturers to ensure the reliability and safety of their products. Hyundai’s proactive approach in issuing this recall demonstrates its commitment to upholding safety standards in the electric vehicle segment.

Affected owners can verify if their vehicle is among those recalled by checking the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) with the authorized dealership or through Hyundai’s official website.