Subaru Recalls Impreza Vehicles Due to Dangerous Welding Error
Subaru is recalling certain 2021 model year vehicles due to a dangerous welding defect.
The issue reportedly stems from an assembly line defect that arose when equipment on the line was damaged. This caused a chain reaction, interfering with the welding torch, resulting in an inadequate weld.
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October 25, 2021
The defect could cause the tire to loosen, contact the wheel well, and throw the vehicle out of control.
Subaru recommends that owners of 2021 Imprezas immediately contact a dealership to have the vehicles repaired.
In all, approximately 802 vehicles are fall under the recall.
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