- Four G80 and seven GV80 models affected
- Potential fuel leak only found in 2.5T GDI engines
- Genesis offering to rectify free of charge
A total of four G80 and seven GV80 models are affected with the fault stemming from defective fuel pipes, having the potential to leak in the engine bay and start a fire.
With only 18 G80 models sold so far in 2021, the recall affects just over 20 per cent of all owners while the seven GV80s under recall represents just five per cent of the 120 units delivered this year.
Owners of the G80 and GV80 with the 3.3T GDI engine are unaffected by the recall.
Genesis has contacted owners of the G80 and GV80 and is arranging valet services for the affected vehicles to be repaired, free of charge.
Consumers wanting more information can contact Genesis on 1800 908 070 or find a list of affected VINs here.
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