Popular Car Company Announces Biggest Recall Ever, 2.3 Million Vehicles Hit

March 04, 2019Mar 04, 2019

One of the most popular car companies on the entire planet has just announced their largest recall ever! The news comes after other recalls have plagued the company in recent weeks.

Now, Subaru is dealing with its biggest issue to date. According to reports, millions of vehicles have just been marked for recall.

"The Japanese automaker is recalling as many as 2.3 million vehicles globally to fix a defect that prevents the brake-light switch from working properly. According to the company, the flaw affects certain models of Impreza, Crosstrek and Forester cars from 2008 to 2017," reported Fox Business.

At this time, no accidents have been reported in connection with the recall. Subaru has announced that certain chemical compounds from everyday products, including fabric softener, cosmetics or car polish could cause an insulating layer of film on the switches that could interfere with the lights being able to turn on properly and also prevent the engine from turning on.

The recall is hitting drivers across the globe. Here in America, 1.3 million cars are estimated to be included in the incident. The event could potentially cost Subaru around $90 million.

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