Aston Martin Recall…..Malaysian Owners How? |

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Published on June 23rd, 2017 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez

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Aston Martin Recall…..Malaysian Owners How?

Aston Martin will recall 1,658 examples of the Vantage globally because a flaw resulting from a transmission software update. The affected models have production dates from June 2010 through September 2013 and have the Sportshift I or Sportshift II automated manual transmissions. The problem first surfaced with Aston owners in China.

Aston last had a major recall with links to China in 2014. Aston Martin had to repair 75% of the vehicles it had produced since 2007, which totaled 17,590 cars, because a Chinese sub-supplier used counterfeit plastic for a component supplied to the automaker. The issue resulted in 22 failed parts but no accidents or injuries.


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