Safety Recalls Database

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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UD TRUCKS  CG32420, GK17420, GW26460 Model years 2016-2018

Recalled:
16 Jan 2019

Statement:
UD Truck Distributors (NZ) Ltd are recalling UD pPNLT Quon RSS-Air suspension trucks manufactured between November, 2016 and January, 2018.This recall concerns the potential failure of the rear suspension shock absorbers, this may cause the risk of a thermal event.

Instructions:
Owners of affected vehicles will be advised by phone, your nearest UD Truck Dealer will be supplied with the required parts to complete the recall. The campaign repair will be at no cost to the customer.

Website:
www.udtrucks.co.nz

Campaign Number:
C0047

Contact:
Mike Searle

Email:
mike.searle@udtrucks.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
CG32420 2016 - 2018, GK17420 2016 - 2018, GW26460 2016 - 2018

DUCATI  MONSTER, SUPERSPORT Model years 2017-2019

Recalled:
9 Jan 2019

Statement:
There is a potential problem of the gear shift lever due to an error in the manufacturing process. The interference fit between the lever tip pin and the gear shift lever may not perform and in rare cases may cause the pin to come out increasing the risk of a crash. This may cause serious injury to riders and other road users.

Instructions:
Ducati will contact by way of direct letter to affected owners to notify them of the recall and request owners to contact their nearest authorised Ducati Dealer to arrange an appointment. Authorised Ducati Dealers will inspect the gear shift lever and if necessary, the component will be replaced free of charge. For further information, consumers can contact there nearest Authorised Ducati Dealer or alternatively write to info@ducati.com.au

Website:
www.ducati.com.au

Campaign Number:
RCL18-007

Contact:
Luke Van Den Borst

Email:
info@ducati.com.au

Product Identifiers:
MONSTER 2018 - 2019 (Monster 821 Model Year 2018-2019 Monster 1200 Model Year 2018-2019 ), SUPERSPORT 2017 - 2019 (SuperSport- all versions Model Year 2017-2019)

YAMAHA  YZF Model years 2015-2016

Recalled:
3 Jan 2019

Statement:
A broken shift mechanism torsion spring

Instructions:
Owners please contact your local Yamaha Dealer to set up an appointment to have your model remedied free of charge.

Website:
www.yamaha-motor.co.nz/

Campaign Number:
MC049

Contact:
Melissa Case

Email:
melissa.case@yamaha-motor.com.au

Product Identifiers:
YZF 2015 - 2016 (YZF-R3A 2015 ~ 2016)

YAMAHA  MT-03 Model year 2016

Recalled:
3 Jan 2019

Statement:
A broken shift mechanism torsion spring

Instructions:
Owners please contact your local Yamaha Dealer to set up an appointment to have your unit remedied free of charge.

Website:
www.yamaha-motor.co.nz/

Campaign Number:
MC049

Contact:
Melissa Case

Email:
melissa.case@yamaha-motor.com.au

Product Identifiers:
MT-03 2016 (MT03LA)

YAMAHA  R3 Model years 2015-2018

Recalled:
3 Jan 2019

Statement:
Crack may form on radiator hose and coolant leakage can occurs. This was caused by insufficient material properties of the radiator hose due to improper curing process (vulcanization).

Instructions:
Owners please contact your local Yamaha Dealer to set up an appointment to have your model remedied free of charge.

Website:
www.yamaha-motor.co.nz/

Campaign Number:
MC048

Contact:
Melissa Case

Email:
melissa.case@yamah-motor.com.au

Product Identifiers:
R3 2015 - 2018 (YZF-R3A)

YAMAHA  MT-03 Model years 2016-2018

Recalled:
3 Jan 2019

Statement:
Crack may form on radiator hose and coolant leakage can occurs. This was caused by insufficient material properties of the radiator hose due to improper curing process (vulcanization).

Instructions:
Owners please contact your local Yamaha Dealer to set up an appointment to have your model remedied free of charge.

Website:
www.yamaha-motor.co.nz/

Campaign Number:
MC048

Contact:
Melissa Case

Email:
melissa.case@yamaha-motor.com.au

Product Identifiers:
MT-03 2016 - 2018 (MT-03LA)

HYUNDAI  KONA Model year 2018

Recalled:
21 Dec 2018

Statement:
This recall relates to a potential concern with the Airbag Control Unit (ACU). The Kona Electric is equipped with an Airbag Control Unit (ACU) which detects a crash signal and commands the deployment of the airbags. The ACU is programmed to determine the severity of an impact & within a certain threshold will command the airbags to deploy. Hyundai Motor Company has identified a programming error with the ACU software & has voluntarily released this recall to enable a software upgrade to the ACU to rectify this programming error. To remedy the issue your local authorised Hyundai dealer or service agent will need to complete the software upgrade

Instructions:
please give us a call on 0800 HYUNDAI (498 632) or email us at customerservice@hyundai.co.nz.

Website:
www.hyundai.co.nz

Campaign Number:
81C101

Contact:

Email:

Product Identifiers:
KONA 2018 (Kona Electric Vehicles only)

TOYOTA  COROLLA Model year 2018

Recalled:
20 Dec 2018

Statement:
Corolla CVT Transmission: The subject vehicles are equipped with a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). There is a possibility that, due to an error in the manufacturing process that some of the impeller pump blades in the torque converter may break away, if the vehicle is frequently operated in higher load conditions, such as under rapid acceleration from a low speed. Damage to the torque converter and potentially a loss of motive power may occur. Loss of motive power while driving at higher speeds could increase the risk of crash.

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:
SSC18SMD-132

Contact:

Email:
dialogue@toyota.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
COROLLA 2018

DUCATI  PANIGALE V4 Model years 2018-2019

Recalled:
19 Dec 2018

Statement:
There is the possibility for engine oil leak from the hydraulic tensioner's on each of the cylinder heads on the engine. The engine oil may leak onto the engine and sump and onto the tyres increasing the risk of a crash. This may cause serious injury to the vehicle occupants and other road users.

Instructions:
Ducati will contact owners of affected vehicles by mail to notify them of the recall and request they contact their nearest authorised Ducati Dealer to arrange an appointment Authorised Ducati dealers will re-tighten the two hydraulic tensioner's free of charge. For further information, consumers can contact their nearest authorised Ducati dealer by using the following link www.ducati.com/au/en/dealers, or email info@ducati.com.au

Website:
www.ducati.com.au

Campaign Number:
RCL18-008

Contact:

Email:
info@ducati.com.au

Product Identifiers:
PANIGALE V4 2018 - 2019 (Panigale V4 / V4 S Panigale V4 S Speciale)

KAWASAKI  ZR Model year 2018

Recalled:
14 Dec 2018

Statement:
On some units in the eligible range, due to improper routing of the rear brake hose and rear wheel rotation sensor lead, they may touch the rear tire. Continued use may result in damage to the rear brake hose. In the worst case, this could create the potential for loss of braking performance due to brake fluid leakage. The rear wheel rotation sensor lead may also become damaged. In the worst case, this could create the potential for turning on the ABS indicator light, not displaying the speed on the meter, and deactivating ABS functionality. Kawasaki

Instructions:
Contact Kawasaki NZ to check if your motorcycle is affected

Website:

Campaign Number:
DAJ042A

Contact:
George Mansell

Email:
george@kawasaki.co.nz

Product Identifiers:
ZR 2018 (ZR900B)

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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).