2021: Peugeot recalls

16 recalls for 15 Peugeot models


Peugeot has announced sixteen recalls in 2021 through the Rapex system, affecting fifteen of its models.

Five recalls were issued for the Peugeot Traveller minivan and just one less for the Expert. Both also involved Peugeot’s largest recall due to premature wear of timing belts. The 3,500 Peugeot 3008s and 5008s from 2016 to 2020 may have had a poorly welded towbar. Over 10,000 Peugeot Partner/Rifter and 508s have been recalled for possible fuel leaks.

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

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



Peugeot recalls in 2021 by model


Peugeot 108

PublishedIssue
Peugeot 108 (2020)30. 01. 2021The stitching of the rear seat-belt buckles could be defective. This will impair the seat belts’ protective function, increasing the risk ... .

All 108’s recalls


Peugeot 208

PublishedIssue
Peugeot 208 (2015 – 2018)18. 08. 2021The teeth of the timing belt may wear off prematurely due to excessive dynamic tension in dusty conditions. As a result, ... .

All 208’s recalls


Peugeot 2008

PublishedIssue
Peugeot 2008 (2015 – 2018)18. 08. 2021The teeth of the timing belt may wear off prematurely due to excessive dynamic tension in dusty conditions. As a result, ... .
Peugeot 2008 (2019 – 2020)30. 04. 2021The AdBlue injector may become blocked. This could result in higher NOx emissions that may exceed the legal limits. The Peugeot ... .

All 2008’s recalls


Peugeot 301

PublishedIssue
Peugeot 301 (2015 – 2018)18. 08. 2021The teeth of the timing belt may wear off prematurely due to excessive dynamic tension in dusty conditions. As a result, ... .

All 301’s recalls


Peugeot 308

PublishedIssue
Peugeot 308 (2014 – 2018)18. 08. 2021The teeth of the timing belt may wear off prematurely due to excessive dynamic tension in dusty conditions. As a result, ... .

All 308’s recalls


Peugeot 3008

PublishedIssue
Peugeot 3008 (2015 – 2018)18. 08. 2021The teeth of the timing belt may wear off prematurely due to excessive dynamic tension in dusty conditions. As a result, ... .
Peugeot 3008 (2016 – 2020)17. 05. 2021The welding of the tow bar may be faulty. As a result, the trailer coupling could break, increasing the risk of ... .
Peugeot 3008 (2021)10. 05. 2021Due to an error in the manufacturing process, the seat rail and seat-belt attachment may be defective. This will lead to ... .
Peugeot 3008 (2020)29. 03. 2021The trailer hitch may be defective. As a result, the trailer may become detached inadvertently, increasing the risk of an accident. ... .

All 3008’s recalls


Peugeot 4008

PublishedIssue
Peugeot 4008 (2016)09. 02. 2021The parking brake may lose its effectiveness, over the vehicle’s service life. This will increase the risk of an accident. The ... .

All 4008’s recalls


Peugeot 508

PublishedIssue
Peugeot 508 (2017 – 2021)25. 12. 2021Due to cabling and software upgrade issues, fuel may leak. Leaking fuel increases the risk of fire The Peugeot 508 vehicles ... .
Peugeot 508 (2015 – 2018)18. 08. 2021The teeth of the timing belt may wear off prematurely due to excessive dynamic tension in dusty conditions. As a result, ... .

All 508’s recalls


Peugeot 5008

PublishedIssue
Peugeot 5008 (2014 – 2018)18. 08. 2021The teeth of the timing belt may wear off prematurely due to excessive dynamic tension in dusty conditions. As a result, ... .
Peugeot 5008 (2016 – 2020)17. 05. 2021The welding of the tow bar may be faulty. As a result, the trailer coupling could break, increasing the risk of ... .

All 5008’s recalls


Peugeot Boxer

PublishedIssue
Peugeot Boxer (2021)21. 11. 2021The limited functioning of one of the seat support braces increases the risk of injury in the event of an accident. ... .
Peugeot Boxer (2019)24. 04. 2021The wheel axle may be defective and could break. This will change the steering and driving behaviour, increasing the risk of ... .

All Boxer’s recalls


Peugeot Expert

PublishedIssue
Peugeot Expert (2021)30. 08. 2021The centring pin for the rear suspension spring may not be properly welded. This could lead to the rear suspension spring ... .
Peugeot Expert (2016 – 2018)18. 08. 2021The teeth of the timing belt may wear off prematurely due to excessive dynamic tension in dusty conditions. As a result, ... .
Peugeot Expert (2020)10. 05. 2021Due to a manufacturing defect, the wheel bolts may be tightened with incorrect torque. This could lead to the detachment of ... .
Peugeot Expert (2020)06. 03. 2021The bolting of the front wheels may be incorrect. As a result, they may become detached whilst the car is being ... .

All Expert’s recalls


Peugeot iOn

PublishedIssue
Peugeot iOn (2010 – 2019)23. 01. 2021An internal component of the vacuum pump in the braking power assistance system could be defective. Over time, this could lead ... .

All iOn’s recalls


Peugeot Partner

PublishedIssue
Peugeot Partner (2017 – 2021)25. 12. 20211. Due to cabling and software upgrade issues, fuel may leak. Leaking fuel increases the risk of fire. 2. The electrical ... .
Peugeot Partner (2015 – 2018)18. 08. 2021The teeth of the timing belt may wear off prematurely due to excessive dynamic tension in dusty conditions. As a result, ... .
Peugeot Partner (2021)05. 06. 2021The clipping of the control button of the hand-brake restraint system might be incorrect. Consequently, the hand-brake might not be correctly ... .

All Partner’s recalls


Peugeot Rifter

PublishedIssue
Peugeot Rifter (2017 – 2021)25. 12. 20211. Due to cabling and software upgrade issues, fuel may leak. Leaking fuel increases the risk of fire. 2. The electrical ... .
Peugeot Rifter (2021)05. 06. 2021The clipping of the control button of the hand-brake restraint system might be incorrect. Consequently, the hand-brake might not be correctly ... .

All Rifter’s recalls


Peugeot Traveller

PublishedIssue
Peugeot Traveller (2021)30. 08. 2021The centring pin for the rear suspension spring may not be properly welded. This could lead to the rear suspension spring ... .
Peugeot Traveller (2016 – 2018)18. 08. 2021The teeth of the timing belt may wear off prematurely due to excessive dynamic tension in dusty conditions. As a result, ... .
Peugeot Traveller (2020)10. 05. 2021Due to a manufacturing defect, the wheel bolts may be tightened with incorrect torque. This could lead to the detachment of ... .
Peugeot Traveller (2020)06. 03. 2021The bolting of the front wheels may be incorrect. As a result, they may become detached whilst the car is being ... .
Peugeot Traveller (2019 – 2020)26. 02. 2021The seat adjustment mechanism may not be fully operational. As a result, the seats could move in the event of an ... .

All Traveller’s recalls


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