Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, the country's top-selling car maker, said on Wednesday it would recall 5,900 mini pickup trucks to inspect a defect in the fuel filter of some units.
The automaker will inspect the likely defect in its Super Carry vehicles manufactured between April 26 - August 1 this year, it said in a statement.
The statement also said the recall campaign will also include vehicles in which fuel filter has been replaced in the period mentioned above.
Recall campaigns take place to rectify faults which can have potential safety defects. The recall campaign by the company is done on a voluntary basis. The mini pickup trucks come under 'Super Carry' vehicles category.
(The story includes more details from the statement.)