About the Tesla Model S and X China Recall
The vehicles, which were sold to consumers in China, were recalled by the China State Administration for Market Regulation. The Administration is demanding that Tesla repair the faulty suspension errors in affected cars by replacing the rear and upper linkages of the suspensions for free.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is closely monitoring the situation to deem whether or not American consumers will be issued the same recall. Currently, there are not enough reports indicating instances of faulty suspensions in U.S. Tesla vehicles. Nevertheless, the NHTSA is prepared to work with China to administer safe vehicles to the public.
Vehicles Affected by the Tesla Recall
- 29,193 imported Model Ss and Model Xs (manufactured through Sept. 17, 2013 and Aug. 16, 2017)
- 19,249 imported Model Ss (manufactured through Sept. 17, 2013 and Oct. 15, 2018)
What to Do When Your Defective Vehicle Resulted in Injury
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