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The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI), in cooperation with various vehicle dealerships in Qatar, has announced several vehicle recalls due to potential defects.

Al Fardan Premier Motors is recalling Land Rover Defender 110 and S/Wagon models from 2015-2016 due to a possible defect in the assembly of the vehicle’s brake pipes in the main brake system.

Q-Auto, Qatar’s Audi dealership, has recalled the Audi RS E-tron and the E-tron GT models from 2022-2023 because of a potential technical problem in the high voltage battery modules, which increases the risk of fire or injury.

Al Abdulghani Motors, Qatar’s Toyota dealership, has recalled the Toyota Hilux 2024 model due to sport bar brackets that may crack under certain extreme usage conditions, potentially causing the sport bar to detach from the vehicle.

Additionally, United Cars Almana, Qatar’s Jeep dealership, has recalled the Jeep Grand Wagoneer 2023 model due to a possible malfunction in the engine’s thermostat, leading to engine overheating.

These recalls are part of the ministry’s continuous efforts to ensure that all vehicle dealerships in Qatar promptly address and correct vehicle defects to protect consumers. The ministry confirmed that it will coordinate with the respective dealerships to follow up on maintenance and repair operations and communicate with customers to ensure that the necessary procedures have been implemented and defects corrected in the affected vehicles.

The ministry has called on all consumers to report any violations or infractions by contacting the Consumer Protection and Combating Commercial Fraud department, which will be happy to receive theircomplaints, suggestions and inquiries through the following communication channels: Call Center: 16001; Email: [email protected]; social media accounts: @mociqatar; or smartphone application: MOCIQATAR.

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