Renault SA is calling back 230,000 Laguna models worldwide because of an electrical problem relating to the vehicle’s braking system. Some 86,000 of the affected models were sold in France, while 22,000 are in the U.K. and 26,000 are in Germany, say reports. A company spokesman tells Reuters Renault discovered the problem with the electrical system that optimizes Laguna’s braking performance, but says the brakes themselves are not faulty.

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