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Maserati recalls Quattroporte, GranTurismo
MY2009 Maserati Quattroporte and GranTurismo models recalled to fix tie-rods
20 Sep 2011
MASERATI has recalled all 2009 model year Quattroporte sedan and GranTurismo coupe models sold in Australia to replace potentially faulty rear tie-rods.
The nationwide safety recall affects 35 examples of the high-end Maserati models, due to what the Italian car-maker describes as incorrect machining of the components.
According to the ACCC website, “continued use of vehicles equipped with non-conforming rear tie-rods, depending on road conditions, may lead to damage of the rear tie-rod”.
Maserati will advise all affected owners by mail, asking them to contact an authorised Maserati dealer for replacement of both rear tie-rods.
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