3 Porsche recalls in 2018 – VIN lookup

In 2018, Porsche announced 3 recalls that affected 3 of its models, according to the Rapex notifications. How to check your VIN for free to see if any of them is also relevant to your car?

Two out of three Porsche‘s recalls in 2018 are linked to the suspension of its cars and can affect driving performance. The Porsche Panamera, manufactured between September 2015 and June 2018, may have restricted durability of the coupling rods, which may affect the functioning of the rear anti-roll stabiliser (PDCC).



With Porsche 918 Spyder from 2013 to 2015, the bolts used to mount the longitudinal and transverse suspension arms may corrode over time.

The third Porsche recall in 2018 concerned a faulty center rear seat seatbelt buckle with the Cayenne model with the date of production from December 2016 to March 2018.

* We’ve divided all the recalls according to the models into the table at the end of the article. 



Porsche 2018 recalls by model


Porsche 918 Spyder

Month Issue Production Source
IX. The bolts used to mount the longitudinal and transverse suspension arms may corrode over time. 7/2013 – 7/2015 link
All 918 Spyder Recalls

Porsche Cayenne

Month Issue Production Source
IX. The seatbelt buckles on the central rear seat are defective. 12/2016 – 3/2018 link
All Cayenne´s Recalls

Porsche Panamera

Month Issue Production Source
IX. Restricted durability of the coupling rods may affect the functioning of the rear anti-roll stabiliser. 9/2015 – 6/2018 link
All Panamera´s Recalls

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