2020: Skoda recalls

Three recalls for four Skoda models in 2020


In 2020, Skoda announced three recalls for four models through the EU Rapex system.

Some recalls for which we found information from other sources have not yet appeared on the EU Rapex list of dangerous products. You can find it under the links to the articles below.

Let’s mention those already in Rapex, for example, problems with the e-call system with the Octavia Mk4, or defective seams of the seat covers with the Kamiq and Scala models. To modify the airbag control unit, Superbs manufactured between January and August 2015 must go to the workshop.

All the recalls sorted by models are listed in the tables below.



We’ve written about some problems in more detail in a separate article.


Skoda recalls in 2020 by model

Kamiq

PublishedIssue
Skoda Kamiq (2019)29. 03. 2020The seams of the seat covers can be defective. This may impair the protective function of the side airbags, increasing the ... .

All Kamiq’s recalls

Octavia

PublishedIssue
Skoda Octavia Mk4 (2019 – 2020)07. 08. 2020The eCall service may not function properly and the call centre/rescue coordination centre cannot be activated because of the lack of ... .

All Octavia’s recalls

Scala

PublishedIssue
Skoda Scala (2019)29. 03. 2020The seams of the seat covers can be defective. This may impair the protective function of the side airbags, increasing the ... .

All Scala’s recalls

Superb

PublishedIssue
Skoda Superb (2015)10. 02. 2020Possible defect in the airbag control unit (ACU). This can impair the proper functioning of the airbags and seatbelt tensioners, increasing ... .

All Superb’s recalls


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