2021: Alfa Romeo recalls

Three recalls for two Alfa Romeo models

Alfa Romeo announced three recalls in 2021 through the Rapex system, affecting two models.

All three recalls concerned the Giulia and the Stelvio models. A material defect in the rear brake discs may occur with only 34 cars produced between March and August 2020. A possible defect in the IBS (integrated braking system) module caused a recall for 56 cars produced between January 2019 and February 2021. A fuel leak with a risk of fire in the engine compartment was the reason for the December recall for 5,798 cars with production dates between November 2020 and May 2021.

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



Alfa Romeo recalls in 2021 by model


Giulia

PublishedIssue
Alfa Romeo Giulia (2020 – 2021)24. 12. 2021Due to a manufacturing defect, the integrated fuel pressure and temperature sensor in the vehicles concerned may impact the fuel supply ... .
Alfa Romeo Giulia (2019 – 2021)18. 09. 2021The IBS (Integrated Brake System) module may be defective. This may cause a failure of the ABS (anti-lock braking system), increasing ... .
Alfa Romeo Giulia (2020)20. 02. 2021The rear brake discs may have material defects. This may lead to reduced braking performance, increasing the risk of an accident. ... .

All Giulia’s recalls

Stelvio

PublishedIssue
Alfa Romeo Stelvio (2020 – 2021)24. 12. 2021Due to a manufacturing defect, the integrated fuel pressure and temperature sensor in the vehicles concerned may impact the fuel supply ... .
Alfa Romeo Stelvio (2019 – 2021)18. 09. 2021The IBS (Integrated Brake System) module may be defective. This may cause a failure of the ABS (anti-lock braking system), increasing ... .
Alfa Romeo Stelvio (2020)20. 02. 2021The rear brake discs may have material defects. This may lead to reduced braking performance, increasing the risk of an accident. ... .

All Stelvio’s recalls


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