MUNICH, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Luxury German carmaker BMW AG said on Friday it was recalling 164,000 of its X5 sports utility vehicles (SUVs) worldwide due to a fault with the brake hose, a move that would cost up to five million euros. A spokesman said the recall affected cars built between August 1999 and April 2002. He said the brake hose in some of the cars could come loose over the front axle which could theoretically lead to damage and a loss of brake fluid. BMW said it was not aware ...
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