- Faulty steering part fitted on Corsavan
- Affects vans registered after May 2014
- Owners advised not to drive vehicles
The Vauxhall Corsavan, one of the UK’s best-selling car-derived-vans, has been recalled by the Luton manufacturer over concerns for a part fitted to the steering system. Vauxhall is advising owners of all Adam, Corsa and Corsavans registered since May 2014 not to drive the vehicles, but to visit the website to see if their vehicle is affected.
The company said it became aware of the condition during routine quality control at the vehicle manufacturing plant in Eisenach, Germany, and says it is not aware of any accident or injury related to this condition.
Vauxhall says owners will be able to find out if their vehicle is affected by going to the Vauxhall website homepage (www.vauxhall.co.uk) and clicking on the ‘Safety Check for ADAM and Corsa’ button for further information, by ringing customer services on 0800 026 0034 between 09.00 and 17.30hrs.
Owners of the Corsavan, Corsa and Adam should not drive their vehicles until they have either visited the website or contact customer services.
Buyers of the new Vauxhall Corsavan should ensure this problem has been rectified before purchasing.