Volvo Car Australia has issued a recall for more than 2000 vehicles across the 2016-2019 model-year V40, S90, V90 Cross Country and XC90 model lines fitted with diesel engines over concerns the engine intake manifold could melt.
The Swedish manufacturer reports that the engine valve may leak in affected models, causing the intake manifold "to melt or deform".
2019-20 Jaguar F-Type V6 recalled for being too noisy
The 2020 Jaguar F-Type has been recalled due to models with the 3.0-litre supercharged V6 making too much noise.
It appears you can have too much of a good thing, because Jaguar says the "static noise level exceeds the regulated maximum decibel limit" in the F-Type V6.
A total of 28 cars are included in the campaign – a VIN list is attached here.
Jaguar will contact owners of the affected vehicles and advise them to organise a free 'fix' with their nearest dealership.
Mercedes-Benz Australia has issued a recall for a handful of 2019 model-year C-Class vehicles over concerns a tie rod for the front axle may detach.
"During assembly the tie rod may have been incorrectly mounted to the right front axle stub," the German marque reports.
"If the tie rod becomes detached, the vehicle may be difficult to control, posing an accident or injury risk to the vehicle occupants or other road users."
Toyota has recalled the 2019 Tarago over concerns about the boot door stay damper.
According to the company, the plating process for the damper in the gas struts supporting the boot might have been conducted at the wrong temperature.
If that's the case the gas in the damper may leak, and the strut might not correctly support the boot.
A total of 86 vehicles are included in the campaign – a VIN list is contained within the recall notice here.
Mercedes-Benz Australia has issued a recall for 2019 model-year A-Class, CLA and GLA vehicles over concerns one of the airbags could detach while driving.
"The four lock nuts for fastening the airbag may have been installed incorrectly," the company says in its recall notice.