Skoda and Ford have three recalls each, while Mercedes issued eight – November 2019



In November 2019, 30 recalls were announced via the EU Rapex system, which affected 41 models of 16 brands.

Eight recalls were issued by Mercedes-Benz, while three by Skoda and Ford. Dodge, Fiat and Renault had two actions each. At least one recall was reported by BMW, Citroën, Jeep, Lexus, Mazda, Morgan, Opel, Peugeot, Seat and Toyota.

The main reasons for recall:
Risk of Fire – Citroën, Fiat, Mercedes, Renault
Airbags – Dodge, Ford, Jeep, Škoda
Suspension – Fiat, Ford, Mercedes
Steering – BMW, Dodge
Brakes – Morgan

We have summed up all the EU Rapex recalls in our regular weekly reports – see below. A comprehensive table is available at the end of this article.


Other articles published @ Car-Recalls.eu in November:


Weekly Overviews

Ford Focus with faulty seat belts, side window may fall out with Skoda Octavia (week 44/19)

This week´s recalls: – Ford Focus – seat belts – Škoda Octavia – window sealing – Toyota – seat´s cover – DS3 Crossback – fuel leakage… Read more


Recall for Skoda´s 1.2 TSI and 1.6 MPI engines officially in the Rapex (week 45/19)

This week´s recalls: – Skoda nad Seat – 1.2 TSI and 1.6 MPI engines – BMW X3 and X4 – bearings on the front axle – Peugeot vans – seatbelt buckle – Opel Crossland X – lambda control… Read more


Skoda recalls six models due to airbags, while Mazda Skyactiv-X engines (week 47/19)

This week´s recalls: – Skoda – driver´s airbag – Mazda – Skyactiv-X engine – Renault Kangoo – Stop & Start – Mercedes – spoiler, leaf springs… Read more


Renault Scenic, Talisman and Espace at risk of fire due to NOx sensor (week 48/19)

This week’s recalls: – Renault – unproperly tightened NOx sensor – Fiat Scudo – detached parts of chassis – Mercedes Sprinter – stabilizer… Read more


Recalls in November 2019

MakeModelYearsFault
BMWX3, X42019Steering
CitroënDS3 Crossback2019Fire
DodgeRAM20132018Steering
DodgeRAM20122018Airbag
FiatDucato2019Fire
FiatScudo20142016Suspension
FordRanger, Everest2014Airbag
FordExplorer20102017Suspension
FordC-Max, Focus2019Seatbelts
JeepCherokee2018Airbag
LexusCT200h2019Bodywork
MazdaMazda 3, CX-302019Engine
Mercedes-BenzGLE2019Fuel tank
Mercedes-BenzSprinter20182019Suspension
Mercedes-BenzSprinter20182019Suspension
Mercedes-BenzSprinter20182019Suspension
Mercedes-BenzA-Class2019Suspension
Mercedes-BenzE-Class20162019Bodywork
Mercedes-BenzGLA2018Seatbelts
Mercedes-BenzVito20142019Fire
Morgan3-wheeler20112014Brakes
OpelCrossland X20182019Emissions
PeugeotTraveller, Expert20152019Seatbelts
RenaultKangoo20182019Stop & Start
RenaultScénic, Espace, Talisman20182019Fire
SeatLeon20142015Engine
SkodaOctavia2018Side window
SkodaOctavia, Fabia, Rapid, Yeti20142015Engine
SkodaKaroq, Fabia, Octavia, Superb, Kodiaq, Rapid2018Airbag
ToyotaPrius, Hilux, Auris, CH-R20142019Seats

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Roman Beránek

Czech independent motoring journalist, ex-editor of CNC's Auto.cz website, former host of the Czech Radio's and CzechTV's "Automotorevue" show. He founded the car-recalls.eu website in 2016 to make car owners better informed and to help to improve road safety.

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