Which Renault models are being recalled in 2019?

14 recalls for 11 Renault models in 2019


In 2019, Renault announced 14 recalls involving 11 models through the EU Rapex system. The Renault Trafic was the most recalled model.


We’ve sorted all 2019 recalls according to the model into a table below.

As early as in January 2019, a recall appeared with the Captur, Clio and Kangoo models manufactured between February to April 2018, where the exhaust catalytic converter was not welded correctly. With the Scenic, Talisman and Espace models from the production period of 9/2018 to 6/2019, the NOx sensors may not be properly tightened. There is an increased risk of fire.



Under the mechanical stress, capacitors with the Megane, Kadjar and Scenic models manufactured between September to November 2018 can be damaged and overheated. This could lead to engine cooling fan failure and increased fire risk.

Renault Trafic was recalled twice due to the seat belt problems, once due to the parking brake cable and also for the risk of fuel tank rupture.

Renault also announced three recalls with the Alpine A110 model. The wiring could come into contact with the exhaust manifold, the lock of the front hood may not be sufficiently torqued, and the oil pressure control solenoid valve can be blocked.

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


Renault recalls in 2019 by model

Renault Alpine A110

Month Issue Production Source
VII. The wiring route may be inappropriate and without adequate fixation. 2017 – 11/2018 link
VII. The lock of the front hood may not be sufficiently torqued. 2017 – 2/2019 link
VIII. The oil pressure control solenoid valve can be blocked. 2017 – 7/2019 link
All Alpine´s Recalls

Renault Captur

Month Issue Production Source
I. The catalytic converter has not been correctly welded. 2/2018 – 4/2018 link
All Captur´s Recalls

Renault Clio

Month Issue Production Source
I. The catalytic converter has not been correctly welded. 2/2018 – 4/2018 link
All Clio´s Recalls

Renault Espace

Month Issue Production Source
XI. The NOx sensors may not be properly tightened. 9/2018 – 6/2019 link
All Espace´s Recalls

Renault Kadjar

Month Issue Production Source
IV. Capacitors may crack under mechanical stress of the electronic board and overheat. 9/2018 – 11/2018 link
All Kadjar´s Recalls

Renault Kangoo

Month Issue Production Source
I. The catalytic converter has not been correctly welded. 2/2018 – 4/2018 link
XI. The “Stop & Start” function might not properly work. 12/2018 – 2/2019 link
All Kangoo´s Recalls

Renault Master

Month Issue Production Source
X. The suspension brackets of the right rear leaf spring are not correctly tightened. 3/2018 – 7/2018 link
All Master´s Recalls

Renault Megane

Month Issue Production Source
I. Due to a defect in the engine compartment, the battery wiring could be cut. 2/2018 – 5/2018 link
IV. Capacitors may crack under mechanical stress of the electronic board and overheat. 9/2018 – 11/2018 link
IX. The oil-pressure solenoid valve may be defective and could malfunction. 2018 – 5/2019 link
All Megane´s Recalls

Renault Scenic

Month Issue Production Source
IV. Capacitors may crack under mechanical stress of the electronic board and overheat. 9/2018 – 11/2018 link
XI. The NOx sensors may not be properly tightened. 9/2018 – 6/2019 link
All Scenic´s Recalls

Renault Talisman

Month Issue Production Source
XI. The NOx sensors may not be properly tightened. 9/2018 – 6/2019 link
All Talisman´s Recalls

Renault Trafic

Month Issue Production Source
III. The mounting position of the plastic belt guides may be incorrect. 3/2017 – 7/2018 link
VII. The seat belt buckles on the third-row passenger seats may be defective. 5/2017 – 1/2019 link
VII. The end piece of the secondary handbrake cable may be defective. 5/2018 – 9/2018 link
IX. The fuel tank may rupture and leak. 3/2019 link
All Trafic´s Recalls

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