A possible petrol filler neck malfunction has prompted Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) to initiate a recall for the 2019-2021 Alto. The business posted a public warning on its website advising 660CC Alto owners to contact their local Suzuki shop to have the problematic item replaced.
PSMC believes the part is prone to rusting and corroding over time. Corrosion might lead to gasoline leakage, which could be disastrous.
The announcement claims that the campaign is national; however, it is now just in Karachi. Dealerships in the Twin Cities have said that the campaign has yet to commence there, without providing a specific date.
PSMC has been chastised for its inadequate quality control on several occasions recently. It was chastised earlier this month for selling an Alto with a sloppy paint job. Its photographs went popular on social media, resulting in serious outrage for the corporation, which was eventually rectified.
Later that month, we reported on an instance in which a consumer filed a lawsuit against the carmaker for an erroneous warranty claim denial.
He filed the claim against the Suzuki Alto AGS, which had a major gearbox problem after four months and 13,000 kilometers. It's worth noting that the normal warranty is just three years or 60,000 kilometers long, whichever comes first.
Surprisingly, the majority of the quality control faults are only detected in Suzuki Alto, despite the fact that it is Pakistan's best-selling automobile. This has raised concerns that PSMC is becoming too invested in Alto's success, prompting purchasers to exercise caution.