We have already seen a record number of car recalls in 2010, but none as exotic as this, it seems that there is a recall on the 2007 and 2008 Lamborghini MurciÃ©lago. 428 of these vehicles have a potential fuel leak problem, which in turn could cause a fire.
According to Chris Shunk from Autoblog, the Italian automaker along with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) have issued the recall due to a problem with the wields that hold the fuel tanks support inside. If these wields fail then the tank could fall away and separate itself from the vehicle — something that could be very dangerous.
This is a serious problem, one that you would not expect from a $350,000 exotic supercar. It shows that it does not matter how much you spend on a vehicle, they all have one thing in common — poor quality control or cheaper components.
If you are lucky or unlucky enough to own one of these Lamborghini MurciÃ©lago’s then you can head down to your nearest Raging Bull dealer, where they will repair the fuel tank free of charge.
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