Mumbai: Mahindra has recalled 600 vehicles manufactured at its Nashik plant. The move is based on the fact that the inspection revealed that there were faults in the engine.
Vehicles manufactured between the 21st of last month and two this month have been recalled. It is suspected that the fuel used in the company’s plant one day was adulterated fuel. It is suspected that this caused a problem for the engine parts manufactured in those days. Vehicles will be returned after checking and replacing them.