Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder recalled; nearly 1,000 units affected

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Toyota has recently issued a recall for around 1,000 (exactly 994) of its SUV model Urban Cruiser Hyryder because of a faulty seat belt shoulder height adjuster, which can lead to its dismemberment. To this date, no failure has been reported for this issue and now the company is going to contact all the respective car owners to whom these faulty vehicles were sold. The company is going to replace those seat belts at their authorised service outlets.

All you need to know about Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder:

  • The company focuses mainly on the “Customer first” policy which is the reason why it has summoned all its faulty cars back even after there is no complaint regarding the issue in the market. The company focused on going for a thorough investigation of these cars. 
  • This model launched by Toyota is the Urban Cruiser Hyryder which is available with two engines; A 1.5-liter three-cylinder petrol-hybrid that has been combined with an e-CVT; The other engine-referred a 1.5-liter four-cylinder-hybrid which has been combined with a six-speed automatic.
  • Toyota has introduced two different variants of this model in the Indian market with the mild-hybrid being priced between Rs 10.48 lakh-17.19 lakh, and the hybrid ranging from ₹15.11 Lakh to ₹18.99 Lakh. The company is also planning to launch the CNG variants of this version in the Indian market in the days to come.
  • This recall of Toyota’s Urban Cruiser Hyryder is going to affect the Maruti Grand Vitara because by coincidence both of these models are being manufactured at the same place and both the cars share their powertrain, components, and ancillaries with each other. As a result, many car news experts believe the tendency is that they can witness Maruti calling for the same investigation at a future date.

This investigation will soon be finished and all the faulty cars which have been summoned back by Toyota will soon get their servicing done. For more such car news you must stay tuned with us.

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