2021: SsangYong recalls

One recall for three SsangYong models in 2021


SsangYong has announced one recall in 2021 through the Rapex system, affecting three of its models.

The recall has been announced for nearly 23,000 SsangYong Tivoli, XLV and Korando model series equipped with the “D16DTF” diesel engine and manufactured between July 2015 and June 2020. Micro-cracks can form around the fuel line, which can leak fuel, increasing fire risk.

All the recalls, sorted by model, are listed in the tables below.

We have written about some of the faults in the following articles.



SsangYong recalls in 2021 by model


SsangYong Korando

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SsangYong Korando (2019 – 2020)19. 02. 2021Micro-cracks may form around the fuel line. As a result, fuel may leak out, increasing the risk of fire. The SsangYong ... .

All Korando’s recalls


SsangYong Tivoli

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SsangYong Tivoli (2015 – 2020)19. 02. 2021Micro-cracks may form around the fuel line. As a result, fuel may leak out, increasing the risk of fire. The SsangYong ... .

All Tivoli’s recalls


SsangYong XLV

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SsangYong XLV (2015 – 2020)19. 02. 2021Micro-cracks may form around the fuel line. As a result, fuel may leak out, increasing the risk of fire. The SsangYong ... .

All XLV’s recalls


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