The signature Suzuki called today to revision to two million vehicles sold in Japan by possible defects in the process of inspection before they went out to the market.
As reported by the company to the authorities, the total number of vehicles reaches 2.02 million out of about thirty models, both from the Suzuki brand and from other companies that were manufactured by the company.
Suzuki had previously informed that he was reviewing this matter and would provide details of this call for review, after an external investigation found that unauthorized personnel had carried out improper checks on the brake system, among other components.
Among the vehicles that will be revised are more than 300,000 of its popular Spacia truck brand, as well as some 90,000 units of the Swift automobile.
Suzuki reported on April 12 that it had anticipated in its accounts of the most recent quarter an extraordinary expense of 80,000 million yen (715 million dollars / 635 million euros) to attend this review.
The case of Suzuki joins other Japanese firms such as Nissan and Subaru that have announced similar reviews for defects in the inspection.