Dodge Durango Recalled Due to Safety Concerns

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Recalls have been strangely frequent in the last few months, and it seems that none of the automakers are able to get their cars right from the very start. From recalls affecting hundreds of thousands of cars, to recalls affecting sub 1,000 units, we`ve posted quite a few in recent months.
Now, however, it`s time for a small-scale recall, of the 2013 Dodge Durango SUV, as parent brand Chrysler is citing safety concerns. Apparently, a total number of 734 Durangos from the US and Canada are being called back to the dealerships, due to a faulty... sticker. It is probably the least serious recall we`ve seen in quite a while.

The Durango, when equipped with the optional captain’s chairs, has a total seating capacity of six, yet parent brand Chrysler discovered that there had been a misprint, and the labels on the car indicated that the vehicle could accommodate seven passengers, one more than the actual capacity.
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