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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MERCEDES-BENZ  A180, B180 Model year 2019

Recalled:
22 Oct 2020

Statement:
the oil feed line of the turbocharger may leak

Instructions:
Contact your nearest Mercedes-Benz service outlet

Website:
www.mercedes-benz.co.nz

Campaign Number:
20P0993022

Contact:

Email:
MBNZ.safetyrecalls@daimler.com

Product Identifiers:
A180 2019, B180 2019

MERCEDES-BENZ  GLB Model years 2019-2020

Recalled:
22 Oct 2020

Statement:
the rear spoiler located above the tailgate might have been manufactured outside specifications.

Instructions:
Contact your nearest Mercedes-Benz service outlet

Website:
www.mercedes-benz.co.nz

Campaign Number:
20P7792002

Contact:

Email:
MBNZ.safetyrecalls@daimler.com

Product Identifiers:
GLB 2019 - 2020

AUDI  A4, A5, Q3 Model years 2020-2021

Recalled:
21 Oct 2020

Statement:
On Audi A4, A5 and Q3 vehicles manufactured within a specific period, the seat frame may not have been bolted correctly to the seat rail on the driver and/or front passenger side. The seat may wobble when the vehicle is moving. In the event of an accident, it can no longer be guaranteed that the bolted connection would remain secure. It is therefore necessary to check the bolted connection.

Instructions:
The owners of affected vehicles will be notified in writing according to specific market requirements.

Website:
www.audi.co.nz

Campaign Number:
72L4

Contact:

Email:
info@audi.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
A4 2020 - 2021, A5 2020, Q3 2020

HARLEY DAVIDSON  ELW Model year 2020

Recalled:
19 Oct 2020

Statement:
The software in the On-Board Charging (OBC) System on affected motorcycles may initiate a shutdown of the electric vehicle powertrain, without providing reasonable indication to the rider that a shutdown sequence has been initiated. In some cases, the vehicle may not be able to be restarted or, if restarted, may shortly thereafter shut down again. In some cases, indicator lamps may be illuminated on the instrumentation prior to loss of propulsion. These indicator lamps include: the Traction Control (TC) lamp, the Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) lamp, and the Failure Indicator Lamp (FIL). Unexpected loss of propulsion of the vehicle while in motion without the ability to restart or remain restarted may increase the risk of a crash.

Instructions:
Consumers with affected LiveWire model motorcycles should contact their nearest Harley-Davidson dealer immediately to arrange a service. The dealer will install new updated On-Board Charging (OBC) System software to rectify the issue, at no cost to the consumer To find a local dealership, visit https://www.harley-davidson.com/au/en/tools/find-a-dealer.html.

Website:

Campaign Number:
0176

Contact:

Email:

Product Identifiers:
ELW 2020 (Harley-Davidson LiveWire model motorcycles (model year 2020) built between 18/3/2019 and 20/8/2020 )

VOLKSWAGEN  TIGUAN Model years 2016-2020

Recalled:
19 Oct 2020

Statement:
On Tiguan R-Line vehicles of a limited production period, due to deviations in the bonding process, the roof spoiler can partially or completely detach from the vehicle. The roof spoiler is additionally fixed in position with bolts on the rear lid.

Instructions:
All customers with the affected vehicle have been contacted for this repair.

Website:
www.volkswagen.co.nz

Campaign Number:
66M3

Contact:

Email:
info@volkswagen.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
TIGUAN 2016 - 2020

MERCEDES-BENZ  C63 AMG, GLC, GT Model years 2018-2019

Recalled:
9 Oct 2020

Statement:
the software of the ESP control unit might not meet the specifications

Instructions:
Contact your nearest Mercedes-Benz service outlet

Website:
www.mercedes-benz.co.nz

Campaign Number:
20P5490422

Contact:

Email:
MBNZ.safetyrecalls@daimler.com

Product Identifiers:
C63 AMG 2018 - 2019, GLC 2019, GT 2019

MERCEDES-BENZ  G-CLASS Model year 2019

Recalled:
8 Oct 2020

Statement:
The lock symbol embossed in the rear doors on the operating lever for the child safety lock may incorrectly show the locking status.

Instructions:
Contact your nearest Mercedes-Benz service outlet

Website:
www.mercedes-benz.co.nz

Campaign Number:
20P7390003

Contact:

Email:
MBNZ.safetyrecalls@daimler.com

Product Identifiers:
G-CLASS 2019 (AMG G63)

MERCEDES-BENZ  G-CLASS Model year 2019

Recalled:
8 Oct 2020

Statement:
the control unit of the differential locking module might not meet the specification.

Instructions:
Contact your nearest Mercedes-Benz service outlet

Website:
www.mercedes-benz.co.nz

Campaign Number:
20P3395003

Contact:

Email:
MBNZ.safetyrecalls@daimler.com

Product Identifiers:
G-CLASS 2019 (AMG G63)

MERCEDES-BENZ  A-CLASS Model years 2018-2020

Recalled:
8 Oct 2020

Statement:
the condensation drain hose of the air conditioning system may not have been correctly installed in certain vehicles of the A-Class model series (model series 177)

Instructions:
Contact your nearest Mercedes-Benz service outlet

Website:
www.mercedes-benz.co.nz

Campaign Number:
20P8391001

Contact:

Email:
MBNZ.safetyrecalls@daimler.com

Product Identifiers:
A-CLASS 2018 - 2020 (180,200,250 (177 model))

MERCEDES-BENZ  C-CLASS, GLC Model year 2019

Recalled:
8 Oct 2020

Statement:
Documentation for the correct threaded connection of the turbocharger oil feed as well as oil return lines may be missing in a small number of certain vehicles.

Instructions:
Contact your nearest Mercedes-Benz service outlet

Website:
www.mercedes-benz.co.nz

Campaign Number:
20P0993103

Contact:

Email:
MBNZ.safetyrecalls@daimler.com

Product Identifiers:
C-CLASS 2019, GLC 2019 (300)

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This website has been developed by Waka Kotahi 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).