Majority of Holden ZB Commodores recalled


Common Motors is recalling the vast majority of European-sourced ZB Commodores bought in Australia attributable to a producing defect which will trigger the brake booster to fail.

This recall impacts 13,898 ZB Commodore fashions constructed between 2017 and 2020.

“Attributable to a producing defect, the brake booster could fail,” mentioned the corporate in its recall discover.

“If this happens the stopping distance within the un-boosted situation would exceeds the space prescribed by the Australian Design Rule (ADR) 31/03.”

If you happen to personal an affected car, you’ll be contacted by Common Motors Australia and New Zealand and requested to guide in a free Digital Brake Management Module software program replace along with your native supplier.

If in case you have any additional questions you possibly can name Holden Buyer Care on 1800 46 465 336.

The front- and all-wheel drive ZB Commodore liftback and wagon had a brief life Down Below.

The vary was launched domestically in February 2018 and was axed in December 2019.

A couple of months later Common Motors (GM) introduced it might cease manufacturing mainstream autos in right-hand drive altogether, spelling the top of the Holden model.

A Stellantis spokesperson just lately advised Automobilwoche the Rüsselsheim plant in Germany would cease producing the ZB Commodore’s twin under-the-skin, the Opel Insignia, by the top of 2022.

With the approaching demise of the Insignia, the final Commodore relation is the Buick Regal, which stays in manufacturing in China completely as a four-door sedan.

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