Electric vehicle company Tesla has issued a recall order for more than 2,800 of its vehicles over an issue with their front suspension bolts, which could loosen and result in a dangerous loss of vehicle stability.
The company’s recall affects Model 3 cars from the model years 2019, 2020, and 2021, as well as Model Y cars from the model year 2021. Of the just over 2,800 cars being recalled by Tesla, 270 are in Canada, Driving.ca reported.
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