Maruti Suzuki India, the country's top-selling carmaker, said on Wednesday it would recall 5,900 mini pickup trucks to inspect a defect in the fuel filter of some units.
The auto maker will inspect the likely defect in its Super Carry vehicles manufactured between April 26 and August 1 this year, it said in a statement.
At 10:32 am, shares in Maruti Suzuki India were trading 1 per cent lower at Rs 7,454.55 apiece on the NSE, whose benchmark index, Nifty, was down about 1 per cent amid a broad selloff.
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