2015 Porsche Macan Faulty Brakes Not on U.S. Cars | Edmunds

2015 Porsche Macan Faulty Brakes Not on U.S. Cars


Just the Facts:
  • Porsche Cars North America reassured U.S. consumers that damaged brake units are not on any 2015 Porsche Macan compact crossovers that have been sold here.
  • Porsche AG said Wednesday it is inspecting 2,500 Macans to check for faulty brakes after quality tests revealed that some brake booster units may have been damaged during the assembly process.
  • "No U.S. vehicles are affected and there is no recall here," said Nick Twork, a Porsche Cars North America spokesman, in a phone conversation with Edmunds on Wednesday.

ATLANTA Porsche Cars North America reassured U.S. consumers that damaged brake units are not on any 2015 Porsche Macan compact crossovers that have been sold here.

Porsche AG said Wednesday it is inspecting 2,500 Macans to check for faulty brakes after quality tests revealed that some brake booster units may have been damaged during the assembly process.

"No U.S. vehicles are affected and there is no recall here," said Nick Twork, a Porsche Cars North America spokesman, in a phone conversation with Edmunds on Wednesday.

When asked what advice he'd give U.S. consumers, Twork replied: "They should proceed with enjoying their vehicles."

The 2015 Macan went on sale in the U.S. this spring after a debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show.

Edmunds says: No worries here for Porsche Macan owners.

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