Toyota is one of the best-known automakers in the industry. Throughout its long history, the Japanese manufacturer has been able to offer its customers a truly high level of automotive technology.But that’s not the only thing because despite all the complexity Stand out in reliability rankings Made all over the world. However, like any company, it’s not immune to the goblin of the assembly line to stop it.

Yes, because the company has become embroiled in a problem that could cause many headaches. If you don’t know, Toyota bZ4x is one of its great novelties, especially since this is his first 100 percent electric model. Well, it didn’t quite start its business journey well when the client realized it had a small flaw: may lose the wheel…so brands have started to address it…

In addition to the Toyota bZ4x, the Subaru Solterra is also affected by this problem…

Subaru Soltra

Apparently, the Toyota bZ4x and its twin, the Subaru Solterra Technical issues affecting wheel fixation on axlesTo avoid hiding the situation, the brand has issued a note to NHTSA announcing what is happening and a possible solution.It noted that both Toyota and Subaru were involved in such a “problem” and therefore solutions can be found

if we check The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration officially withdraws the order We can read…

“The hub bolts on the wheel may become loose, causing the wheel to separate from the vehicle after low mileage use”

«Owners are advised not to drive their vehicle until it is repaired.A remedy is currently under development. Letter sent on June 27, 2022, informing owners of safety risks. A second letter will be sent once remedies are available. “

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Considering Toyota and Subaru, with Solterra, they played with these models a lot and saw that the light solutions were very diverse.Due to its nature, the most intense and most important is related to the possibility of Brands buy back affected units Just in case their owners are uncomfortable with the proposed solution. In addition, there is the possibility of extended warranties and many other options available.

All in all, although The issue will weigh on Toyota and Subaru ambitions, it’s clear that both companies care about their customers. If this happened to another manufacturer, it would be different, right? …

Fuente – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration