Honda Recall Joined By Peugeot: Cars made with Toyota

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.

You can read more about the Peugeot recall on the BBC; see press releases for Toyota’s recall here. Have you been affected by the recent run of recalls?

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