Toyota recalls all its bz4x electric SUV units due to the risk of wheels getting loose: detail here

Toyota recalls all its bz4x electric SUV units due to the risk of wheels getting loose.

Toyota has officially launched its bz4x Electric SUV
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Toyota Motors corporation launched its first electric SUV bz4x in April which is delicately based on pure electric cars, but now Toyota founds an issue in bz4x and recalls all its bz4x units to resolve the problem of wheel potential falling off.

Toyota Motors Corporation is a japans multinational automotive manufacturing company, on 24 June 2022, Toyota motors announced that we recall all bz4x units of around 2,700 electric SUVs due to the wheel getting loose.

Toyota has submitted recalls of electric SUV bz4x to the Japan transportation ministry:

After low-mileage use, all of the hub bolts on the wheel can loosen to the point where the wheel can detach from the vehicle. If a wheel detaches from the vehicle while driving, it could result in a loss of vehicle control, increasing the risk of a crash. The cause of the issue and the driving patterns under which this issue could occur are still under investigation“.

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Toyota also reveals that it affects 2,000 units in Europe and 260units in the U.S., 110 units in Japan, and 20 units in Canada, also said that many units of newly launched electric vehicles have not been delivered yet, we are trying to resolve this issue as soon as possible.

Toyota also said to bz4x owners to not drive cars until its issues and investigation are officially resolved or complete.

Toyota bz4x some features

Toyota has officially launched its bz4x Electric SUV in the U.S. at the price of $42,000:

Toyota Motor Corporation, a Japan-based multinational automotive company has launched its first fully electric SUV BZ4X in the U.S. at the price of $42,000.

Toyota electric SUV bz4x comes with impressive AWD capability with an x-mode system.

on 12 April, PLANO, “Toyota” fully electric SUV bz4x is not only looking to further Toyota’s commitment to a carbon-neutral future, but the brand also said.

“Coming to dealerships this spring with an EPA-estimated range rating of up to 252 miles (for XLE front-wheel-drive models, based on EPA’s testing procedure standards), the 2023 Toyota bZ4X will have a starting MSRP of $42,000. According to the EPA, the average estimated fuel cost savings over five years for the 2023 bZ4X XLE FWD compared to the average new vehicle is up to $5,000”

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