MUMBAI, Feb 23 (Reuters) - Maruti Suzuki India , the country's leading carmaker, is recalling 100,000 A-Star hatchbacks to fix a fuel leakage problem, a spokesman for the company told Reuters on Tuesday. He said there had been no customer complaints but an internal analysis had shown that when fuel was filled beyond a certain point, there was a possibility of leakage. The recall started in November and about 50 percent of cars have been fixed. Maruti Suzuki is 54.2 percent owned by ...
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