Rolls Royce to Recall Back £80million Phantoms & Ghosts
The number one luxury car maker Rolls Royce has had to recall over £80millions worth of cars due to the health and safety factor, the motors have been now contacted and the owners will have to return the vehicles in order to make sure they are ready to drive and up to the Rolls Royce standard.
The renowned manufacturer plans to replace parts 36 in the Rolls Royce Ghost and now with this happening it is said that Rolls Royce could see a little loss due to this massive mistake which was made by the production team. The recall also affects 74 of Phantom models between the years of 2003 and 09 this means every single Phantom which was sold in the Australia area is now going to need fixing and will have to be recalled this is an absolutely massive number for the company.
Rolls Royce issued the recall notices to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's Product Safety Recalls department on Tuesday, which they noticed there were problems in both of the motors. The notice says RR had seen the problem that the auxiliary pump had caused, this has become the major problem in both the Phantom model and the Ghost model meaning that they have had to recall so many of the luxury motors it has been over heating with so many complaints the team looked into the mission and noticed that the part was not how it should be meaning a recall for the cars.
The main recall issue with the Rolls Royce Phantom is believed to be because of the oil system which has meant thousands of the luxury cars have had to be returned to the production area.