The German automaker announced recently that a 2,500 car probe has been issued regarding possible brake booster issues in the brand new Macan SUV.
This is the first year that the Macan has been made, and has been doing very well in the market. In Germany, the vehicle has already been sold out for 2014 since January, and Porsche wants it’s already pristine record to remain blemish-free.
In an official announcement, Porsche specifically stated that even though the damaged units comply with the legal requirements, the dealer for the clients with the affected Macan cars would be contacted for a free inspection of the unit and, if required, a replacement.
Usually with most new cars, even ones as glamorous as Porsche, have initial problems when first shipped out, but tend to be easily addressed over time.