Porsche recalls 1,700 cars in the U.S.

Porsche 911 CarreraUnited States, Porsche has just recalled 1,700 copies of the 911 built between 2009 and 2010. The reason? A central problem with the wheel nut.

It is certainly a bad advertisement for Porsche. The German manufacturer has indeed remind the United States several versions of the 911. The problem is the central nut wheel (pictured) turned out to be potentially dangerous. According to Porsche, the nut can wear prematurely, causing a loosening of the wheels and, in fact, a major accident.

The models affected are the Porsche with the famous system. That is to say the 911 Turbo, Turbo S, GT3, GT3 RS and GT2 RS, especially those built between May 18, 2009 and September 17, 2010. In the end, it gives us 1 702 cars in the United States. All owners are asked to proceed to their nearest dealer for a replacement part for free. For now, Porsche France has not issued any response about this announcement.Porsche 911 Carrera

 

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