Manufacturers sometimes recall vehicles when defects in their design or production become evident. These can range from minor problems to major faults that affect a vehicle's safety and performance.

The list below shows all current recalls.   More about recalls >>

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MOTO GUZZI  V85 Model year 2019

Recalled:
28 Jan 2020

Statement:
Footpegs circlips must be checked

Instructions:
Please contact your authorized Moto Guzzi Dealer to arrange replacement of the affected parts.

Website:

Campaign Number:
PGJZZQ1905

Contact:

Email:

Product Identifiers:
V85 2019

MOTO GUZZI  V85 Model year 2019

Recalled:
28 Jan 2020

Statement:
Possible oil leak from the cardan unit

Instructions:
Please contact your authorized Moto Guzzi Dealer to arrange replacement of the affected parts.

Website:

Campaign Number:
PGJZZQ1904

Contact:

Email:

Product Identifiers:
V85 2019

HINO  300 Model years 2018-2019

Recalled:
23 Jan 2020

Statement:
Hino have advised some Hino 300 series models from 2018-2019 have an issue with the rear axle housing

Instructions:
Contact your nearest Truckstops dealer or authorised Hino Service Dealer to have the rear axle inspected and or replaced. Enquires can be made on 0800367446 http://truckstops.co.nz/locations/branches

Website:

Campaign Number:
HDL42S

Contact:

Email:

Product Identifiers:
300 2018 - 2019 (XZU605R & XZU710R)

TOYOTA  CELICA, ECHO, RAV4 Model years 1997-1999

Recalled:
23 Jan 2020

Statement:
NADI Airbag: The subject vehicles are equipped with Takata Airbags of Non Azide Driver Inflator (NADI) type; that may absorb humidity over time. This may cause repeated moisture absorption resulting in inappropriate deployment increasing the risk of injury. NOT ALL VEHICLES IN THE MODEL YEARS ARE INVOLVED.

Instructions:
As an owner of an involved vehicle, you will be contacted by registered letter requesting you to contact your nearest authorised Toyota Dealer to arrange a convenient time to have the repairs completed at no cost. Alternatively, contact Toyota's Customer Dialogue Centre to discuss.

Website:
www.toyota.co.nz

Campaign Number:
SSC2001

Contact:

Email:
dialogue@toyota.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
CELICA 1997 - 1999, ECHO 1997 - 1999, RAV4 1997 - 1999

HOLDEN  COMMODORE Model years 2018-2019

Recalled:
20 Jan 2020

Statement:
A clip on the fuel hose may contact the fuel pump return line, located at the rear of the engine, resulting in a fuel leak.

Instructions:
Holden is currently acquiring the necessary parts for this repair. Once parts are available, we will write to customers again, advising them to contact their Holden Dealer to arrange for the repair to be completed, free of charge.

Website:
www.holden.co.nz

Campaign Number:
A192290390

Contact:

Email:

Product Identifiers:
COMMODORE 2018 - 2019 (ZB Diesel)

FORD  MONDEO Model years 2014-2018

Recalled:
15 Jan 2020

Statement:
In affected vehicles, if battery acid leaks around the battery negative terminal it could, over time, cause the surrounding material to heat up to a point where it ignites. This could occur when the vehicle is parked and unattended.

Instructions:
Contact your Ford Dealer

Website:
www.ford.co.nz

Campaign Number:
19S33

Contact:

Email:
ford.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
MONDEO 2014 - 2018

KIA  SORENTO Model year 2020

Recalled:
30 Dec 2019

Statement:
An urgent software upgrade of the MFC (multi-function camera) is required on some MY2020 Sorentos in order to improve the operation of the FCA (Forward collision avoidance) Saftey system.

Instructions:
Present vehicle to the local dealer as required.

Website:
www.kia.co.nz

Campaign Number:
191139

Contact:
Isaac Dewstow

Email:
idewstow@kia.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
SORENTO 2020 (Recall Applies to Selected MY20 Sorento)

INDIAN  CHIEF Model year 2019

Recalled:
23 Dec 2019

Statement:
Indian Motorcycle has identified some 2019 Indian (111 c.i.) motorcycles built from 2/12/2019 through 7/31/2019 may have a 10A circuit breaker that does not meet quality standards. Affected circuit breakers do not meet functional specifications and may cause an engine to unexpectedly stop running, increasing the risk of a crash.

Instructions:
Contact their nearest Authorized Indian Motorcycle Dealer

Website:

Campaign Number:
I-19-05-A

Contact:
Nathan Moore

Email:
nathan.moore@polaris.com

Product Identifiers:
CHIEF 2019 (Chief Dark Horse, Chief Vintage Springfield, Springfield Dark Horse Chieftain, Chieftain Classic, Chieftain Dark Horse, Chieftain Limited Roadmaster, Roadmaster Elite)

INDIAN  FTR Model year 2019

Recalled:
23 Dec 2019

Statement:
Indian Motorcycle has identified some 2019 Indian (111 c.i.) motorcycles built from 2/12/2019 through 7/31/2019 may have a 10A circuit breaker that does not meet quality standards. Affected circuit breakers do not meet functional specifications and may cause an engine to unexpectedly stop running, increasing the risk of a crash.

Instructions:
Contact their nearest authorized Indian Motorcycle Dealer

Website:

Campaign Number:
I-19-05-B

Contact:
Nathan Moore

Email:
nathan.moore@polaris.com

Product Identifiers:
FTR 2019

DUCATI  HYPERMOTARD Model years 2019-2020

Recalled:
16 Dec 2019

Statement:
Due to improper assembly, the battery's negative cable terminal may break. If the battery's negative terminal breaks, the engine may cut off while riding, increasing the risk of injury to the rider and passenger(s), and other road users

Instructions:
Consumers will be sent a letter requesting them to contact their closest Ducati Dealer or Service Agent as soon as possible to make an appointment for an inspection, free of charge. For further information, consumers can contact an authorised Ducati dealer or email info@ducati.com.au

Website:

Campaign Number:
RCL19-003

Contact:
Luke van den Borst

Email:
info@ducati.com.au

Product Identifiers:
HYPERMOTARD 2019 - 2020 (Hypermotard 950 and 950 SP)

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This website has been developed by the NZ Transport Agency to provide vehicle owners with information to assist in the identification of and management of vehicle related safety recalls. It has been developed with the cooperation of the Motor Industry Association (MIA) and the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE).