The Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder is being recalled due to a suspected defect in its safety features. The company has announced this recall keeping in mind the safety of the people. See its full details below.
Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder SUV Recall: Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyrider was launched in September this year. Now the news is coming that the company has decided to recall this model. According to media reports, 994 units of it are being recalled and the reason for the recall is said to be a defect in the seat belt.
It is worth noting that Toyota’s new Urban Cruiser Hyrider (Urban Cruiser Hyryder) is a mild-hybrid petrol engine car, which has been brought for Rs 15.11 lakh.
Reason for recall
According to the information, Toyota suspects that there may be a fault in the child parts of the front seat belt shoulder height adjuster assembly, due to which the seat belt can be disassembled. For this reason, the company has decided to recall the Highrider car manufactured between November 9 and November 26.
So far there have been no reports of failure of the affected part. Therefore, the company will immediately contact the owners of the affected vehicles and if any defect is noticed, the part will be replaced by the company.
High rider comes with e-drive technology
The Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder is powered by a 1.5-litre engine, which is mated to an e-drive transmission. Its engine outputs 68 kW and is capable of generating 122Nm of pickup torque. At the same time, its motor output can generate power of 59 kW and torque of 141Nm. Also, both motors together are capable of generating an output of 85 kW.
At present, the Highrider is sold with a total of four variants and self-charging technology is seen in it.