Suzuki Across: Loss of drive power

Worldwide, 3,631 Suzuki Across manufactured in the production period 8 June 2020 to 16 June 2021 will be recalled to the workshop. The reason for the measure is faulty software logic, which can lead to the power limit of the HV battery being exceeded. As soon as the battery voltage drops too much, a loss of drive power can occur. In Germany, 357 Across are affected.

The hybrid control module will be reprogrammed in the workshop. The KBA is investigating the recall under the reference number “012524”, and the internal code is “99XJ”.

Recall details

Year of manufacture:2020 – 2021
Production:8. 6. 2020 – 16. 6. 2021

Source: KBA 012524

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