The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI), in co-operation with National Car Company, dealer of Mazda in Qatar, has announced a recall of the Mazda BT-50 pickup, model years 2016-2018, due to possible cracks in the brake hose that may lead to an oil leak.
Also, in co-operation with Porsche Centre Doha — Al Boraq Automobiles, dealer of Porsche in Qatar, the MoCI has announced a recall of the following Porsche models — 2016 Panamera, Boxster and Cayman, 2016 and 2017 911 Carrera, 2017 Cayman and 718 Boxster, due to loose side-impact airbag sensors that need to be properly tightened to the vehicle.
Also, in co-operation with Almana Motors Company, dealer of Ford in Qatar, the ministry has announced a recall of Ford Ranger models of 2004-2011 and Ford Courier model of 2004 due to faulty airbag inflators in the affected vehicles.
The MoCI said the recall campaigns come within the framework of its continuous efforts to protect consumers and ensure that car dealers follow up on vehicle defects and repairs.
The ministry will co-ordinate with the dealer to follow up on the maintenance and repair works and communicate with customers to ensure that the necessary repairs are carried out.
The MoCI has urged all customers to report any violations to its Consumer Protection and Anti-Commercial Fraud Department, which processes complaints, enquiries and suggestions through the call centre: 16001, email: [email protected], Twitter: @MOCIQATAR, Instagram: MOCIQATAR and the ministry's mobile app for Android and iOS: MOCIQATAR
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