Volvo has issued a recall for its 2017 model-year S60, V60 Cross Country, XC60, V40, V40 Cross Country and XC90 over concerns the frontal and seat airbags may not function as intended.
The Swedish manufacturer reports the airbag igniter may not adequately inflate the driver, passenger, and/or seat airbag units in the event of an accident.
If the condition occurs, this reduces the level of protection for the vehicle’s occupants, increasing the risk of injury.
Above: Volvo V40, Top: Volvo XC90
There have been no reported incidents of this issue in Australia.
Owners of the recalled Volvo models will be contacted by mail, and are encouraged to visit their local dealer to arrange the inspection and repair of their vehicle.
For more information, customers can contact email@example.com