Which SsangYong models are being recalled in 2019?

1 recall for 2 SsangYong models in 2019


In 2019, SsangYong announced one recall through the EU Rapex system involving the Tivoli and XLV models.


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

Possible interference between the wiring and the fuel supply line may result in damage of the fuel supply hose and subsequent fuel leaks. Fuel leakage close to a source of ignition may increase the risk of the vehicle catching fire.



The SsangYong XLV and Tivoli models affected by this recall were manufactured between July 2015 and August 2018.


Even if you don’t see your car in the table below, it doesn’t mean it was not the subject of a recall sometime in the past. The best way to verify whether a particular car is affected by some recall is to contact a SsangYong Authorized Service and ask for the VIN code to be checked not only for recalls but also for various Service bulletins.

It will only cost you your time because such information is provided for free. Free of charge is usually also all the repairs that are related to the recall. It doesn’t matter whether you are the first, second or even third owner. It doesn’t even matter whether you have been to SsangYong authorized service regularly, occasionally or never before.

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If you wish to get a fully comprehensive VIN lookup, with more than 80 data points about the history of the car, then we suggest going to HPI-Check, which provides information on a specific vehicle using also the vehicle registration number.


What is a VIN code?
The VIN code is a unique identification number that is embossed on the body of the car and shown on the ID card. In some cars, it can also be found in the frame under the windscreen. It is made up of a unique combination of 17 letters and numbers.


SsangYong recalls in 2019 by model

SsangYong Tivoli

Month Issue Production Source
VII. Possible damage of the fuel supply hose and subsequent fuel leaks. 7/2015 – 8/2018 link
All Tivoli´s Recalls

SsangYong XLV

Month Issue Production Source
VII. Possible damage of the fuel supply hose and subsequent fuel leaks. 7/2015 – 8/2018 link
All XLV´s Recalls

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