Porsche Issues Recall Due to Brake Line Corrosion


Porsche has issued a recall that affects a total of 112 Panameras from the 2019 model year. The problem is front-end brake lines that may corrode and fail. 

From CarBuzz.com:

Fortunately the issue is limited to just 112 vehicles in the US – all of them 2018 models, including the standard, long-wheelbase Executive, and extended-roof Sport Turismo versions of the Panamaera 4 E-Hybrid and Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid. Fixing the problem will entail replacing the rusty brake lines and any other brake components that may have been damaged as a result. The recall campaign is set to kick off on January 27.

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