Recalled vehicles have the tendency to over steer at times.
The 2017 Porsche Macan which was recently launched has been recalled by the auto maker. There were several complaints which were filed by users recently that involved a problem with steering of the cars.
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According to the complaints, the Macan has the tendency to oversteer a lot when it is being driven in a straight line.
The total number of Macan which are being recalled is 243. The number is still low as the car was recently launched and not a lot of units are sold yet.
The problem of over steering seems to occur more often in certain driving situations. The situations might include wet road, snowy road or even very dry roads at time too. All of these recalled cars were produced from July 30th to August 9th, 2016.
It is being said that the problem of over steering in 2017 Porsche Macan might have occurred due to a defect in connecting links of the front of car.
The front anti-roll bar can be adjusted or replaced in order to make the car steer properly. The connecting links, if damaged or faulty can cause the bushings in them to move which can result in loss of control in steering too.
Fortunately, no injuries or deaths have been reported so far due the problem. The fix is pretty easy for the problems. Porsche has asked all the dealers to inspect the recalled vehicles.
If any defect will be found in any car, it will be fixed free of cost. The dealers will replace the defective anti-roll bar links free of cost in each affected car.
Porsche will soon notify the customers officially through mail as no official announcement of the recall schedule has been made yet.