Porsche recalls cars in UAE.

The German sports car legend has announced to recall 2,821 Cayenne models in UAE as they are detected with a potential headlight fault. “The headlight locking system on current 2011 and 2012 Cayenne models is being reworked,” the Stuttgart-based car maker said in a statement. “In-house quality investigations revealed that in rare cases an incorrectly locked headlight module can become detached.”

Porsche Cayenne 2011 recall

Approximately a 100,000 units of Cayenne have been detected with this problem globally, including 1,819 models in Dubai and 1,002 models in Abu Dhabi have been recalled. This fixation takes around 45 minutes to complete and is absolutely free for the customers, obliviously. Ironically, this announcement came two months after Porsche declaring a jump of 42% sales for its Cayenne model in Middle East. Another popular model from Porsche in this region is the 4-door luxury super-sedan, Panamera. In order to meet the demands of the region, Porsche is planning to introduce a third shift at its Leipzig manufacturing base soon in order to increase production of the Cayenne and Panamera.

It is reported that Porsche sales jumped a stunning 25% in the first nine months of 2011, with the increased sales in Asian markets, Porsche said operating profits from January to September hit 1.51 bn Euros, impressively higher than 1.21 bn Euros from the same period in 2010.  

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