Volvo has launched a comprehensive recall in the US that will affect a total of 19,149 models. The problem behind this recall is the seat belts, according to the Swedish manufacturer's preliminary findings.

The manufacturer has issued a statement stating that the problem is caused by the suppliers. Developed by AutoLiv, these seat belts pose a danger as the locks are not produced according to the specified specifications.

The fact that the problem is located especially in isofix points also puts children at risk. While Volvo is currently testing the vehicles, the recalled models will be quickly replaced with new parts.

List of vehicles to be recalled

The list of vehicles to be recalled is quite long:

2021 Volvo XC40 and XC40 Recharge (manufactured between 1 December 2020 and 25 March 2021),

2020-2021 Volvo V60 (manufactured between 23 November 2020 and 6 July 2021),

2020-2021 Volvo XC60 (manufactured between 23 November 2020 and 21 May 2021),

2020-2021 Volvo S60 (manufactured between 1 December 2020 and 28 July 2021),

2020 Volvo V60CC (manufactured between 24 November 2020 and 16 February 2021) and

2020 Volvo XC90 (manufactured between 19 November 2020 and 29 June 2021).

Volvo states that there has been no loss of life or property related to this problem so far. The manufacturer, which will start recalls from September 1, has now passed a warning to the owners of these vehicles.

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