Alfa Romeo recalled two times in 2017
Alfa Romeo Recalls

Alfa Romeo announced two recalls concerning two of its models in 2017, according to the Rapex database. Giulietta issued two recalls, while Mito only one. The oldest recall was for 2010 models.

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The first recall of 2017 was issued due to airbag problems in April – see the table below. The second recall came a few days later which identified issues threatening to block the wheels due to an ABS failure on Giulietta models made between April and May 2016.

The relevant production years are shown in the link under each model.

An overview of the Alfa Romeo 2017 recalls by model

Alfa Romeo Giulietta
Apr 2017: Due to a fault in the airbag propellant system, the second stage airbag might not deploy correctly or not deploy at all.
https://car-recalls.eu/listing/alfa-romeo-giulietta-2010-2015/
Apr 2017: The Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) control unit is inadequate .
https://car-recalls.eu/listing/alfa-romeo-giulietta-2016/

Alfa Romeo Mito
Apr 2017: Due to a fault in the airbag propellant system, the second stage airbag might not deploy correctly or not deploy at all.
https://car-recalls.eu/listing/alfa-romeo-mito-2010-2015/


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