Volvo Cars’ biggest recall ever – 2.2 million cars need repair

This is a problem with the front seatbelts – over 400,000 Swedish owners are covered.

Volvo Cars is now recalling 2.2 million cars worldwide, since a fault associated with the front seat belt fasteners has been detected, reports Swedens radio. 412,000 car owners in Sweden are affected, and will be contacted by letter.

This is the steel wire in which the seat belts are fastened, which in some cases may be subject to wear.

The cars in question are Volvo S60, S60L, S60CC, V60, V60CC, XC60, V70, XC70, S80 and S80L made 2006-2019. But according to Volvo Cars press spokesman Stefan Elfström, you can continue to use your car as usual.

– With the information and instructions we give the customers, we say that you can continue to use the car until the action, says Stefan Elfström to Ekot.

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