Porsche Recalls 2011-2012 Cayenne: 20,000 Units

Yap, it happens to the best of us... Porsche, a company that’s used to dominating reliability surveys, is now announcing the recall of over 20,000 units of its best-seller, the Cayenne.
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To be more specific, 20,278 units of the SUV, produced between March 8, 2010 and January 2012, will be called back due to a headlight issue. This affects the base model, the Cayenne S, Hybrid, as well as the Turbo, with the headlishts potentially detaching from the fenders.

Of course, loose headlights could cause serious visibility problems, so Porsche will notify all onwers to bring their cars to the dealerships, with the campaign having already debuted. The vehicles will be insprected, with the faulty parts being replaced free of charge.
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