It’s been a busy few days with recall news towards the end of January 2010. We reported a few days ago that Toyota had issued a new recall list and they suspended sales of the models affected, this was followed with a Honda recall that included 646,000 Fit/Jazz and City cars.
Today we hear that the Honda and Toyota recall has been joined by Peugeot, they have issued a statement that “Peugeot 107s and Citroen C1s” will be recalled just like Toyota, which a spokesman said would be an “identical campaign as Toyota”.
According to the BBC, the reason Peugeot is issuing this recall is because the models affected are made in a Czech plant, which was a “joint venture with Toyota”. Peugeot reported that the recall would affect “under 100,000” cars. At the time of writing it is not known when this recall with start.