Volvo is recalling certain models from 2023, such as the S60, the V60, etc., because of a problem with brakes.
According to a statement issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on January 19th, the vehicle models affected are those of 2023, such as the S60, the V60, the V60CC, the V90CC, the XC60, the XC90, the XC40, and the C40.
The report reveals that an error in the diagnosis of a brake control module may cause problems with the antilock brake system, electronic stability control, and traction control.
The report mentions, “A reduction in brake support functions can increase the risk of a crash.”
On Tuesday, Reuters reported that the firm is recalling around 106,900 cars all over the world “over a suspected fault related to the brakes,” even including the models of 2023, which are the C40, the XC40, the S60, the V60, the XC60, the V90, and the XC90.
The Swedish-based company’s spokespersons did not give a response right away to a request for comment from USA TODAY.