Volvo has announced that they are recalling 74,000 cars in the U.S., because of a problem identified in the seat belts. More specifically, the problem concerns a link on the buckle of the seat belt, that may not work properly in the event of a collision. The recall is precautionary, as there have not been any reported incidents.
The models involved in the recall are the S90, S60, V60, XC60 and XC90 that have been manufactured in 2016. Car owners who are affected by this recall, should visit their local dealers to check their seat belts and in case that they need to be changed, the replacement will be done for free.