Frequent blasts in BMW's cars led to BMW phobia

Sep 06 2018 10:25 PM
Frequent blasts in BMW's cars led to BMW phobia

 The car company BMW is passing through a major trouble in South Korea. In South Korea, incidents of the explosion in cars of BMW continuously for some days are coming out. So far, such a blast has happened in 40 trains. And then and BMW cars have been banned from parking in South Korea. The company has recalled nearly 106,000 cars after coming in front of this drawback.

The news of the blast is getting viral on social media. Because of which, #BMWphobia is trending. Considering the rising incidents of blasts and fire, the South Korean government has banned many car models. It is being told that the blasts are happening in models made between 2011 and 2016. This is due to lack of exhaust gas recirculation coolers engaged in cars. 

However, the company has also apologized for these incidents. The country head of BMW has been asked to appear in Parliament to summon the case. Apart from South Korea, the company is facing similar problems in Europe. In Europe, such a reduction was detected in nearly 3 lakh cars of the company. At present, the company is working to replace the deficit parts in these cars.

BMW recalled about 88 thousand units of its 3 Series due to fire risk in May. Earlier, the company had recalled about 3.12 lakh units in England in the wake of the deterioration during the driving. In this recall, the units made from the 3 Series December 2004 to July 2011 were recalled. Looking at the units being rolled back in the first and second recalls, the company has already recruited 3.90 million units in England.

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