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Volvo Vehicles Recalled

Volvo vehicles are being recalled in the US and Canada after reports of a problem with the front passenger seat belt. In about 79,000 cars in both countries, it is surmised that the questionable seat belt may not hold passengers in place during a crash. Models for 2016 and 2017 are covered in the recall, including the following S60, S90, V60, XC60 and XC90 cars.

According to government documents, it is stated that the buckle stud can loosen causing the buckle to separate from the bracket, which then fails to hold the passenger in place. Although no injuries have been reported, the Volvo vehicles will be recalled as a precaution. Dealers will replace the faulty buckle at no charge to owners starting on December 12. Volvo discovered the problem after receiving bucket failure reports this August.

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