BMW recalls '1 Series ActiveE'
- USA: Tuesday, February 05 - 2013 at 06:02
The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced BMW has decided to recall vehicles in its test fleet of 1 Series all-electric cars due to a possible immobility problem, New York Times has reported. The vehicles were leased for two years starting in January 2012, but could not be bought when the lease was over. The German carmaker said it didn't intend to produce the 1 Series ActiveE, but wanted to learn more about how the powertrain performed for use in the future. There are 700 vehicles in the test fleet, but 340 of them already had changes made during regular service, said BMW spokesman, Dave Buchko.
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