The number of cars recalled in China roughly doubled year on year in China in the first nine months, with companies issuing 97 recalls affecting 2.69 million vehicles, Xinhua reported Thursday, citing the country’s quality watchdog. The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine said joint-venture companies made 24 recalls involving 1.94 million vehicles, while domestic brands made 23 recalls totaling 349,000 vehicles. Fifty recalls were made on imported vehicles, according to the administration. Brake and wheel flaws were the major reason for the recalls, followed by problems in engines and steering systems, the report said.
– Contact HKEJ [email protected]