Volvo Cars Recalls 2.1 Million Vehicles for Seat Belt Repair

COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Roughly 2.1 million vehicles manufactured by Volvo Cars worldwide are being recalled as a preventive measure due to a faulty seat belt connection, according to the Associated Press.

The automaker discovered that a steel wire which connects the front seat belts may weaken over time with wear and tear. These front seat belts are anchored to the car via this steel cable.

Although there are no reports of injuries or accidents due to this steel cable, the Swedish car manufacturer wanted to issue the recall to avoid any future problems.

This is the largest recall Volvo has ever issued.

The Volvo vehicles affected were built between 2006 and 2019 and are the following models: S60, S60L, S60CC, V60, V60CC, XC60, V70, XC70, S80 och S80L.

There were no 2020 models subject to the recall.

China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group has owned Volvo Cars since 2010.

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