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|# of Recalls||Component Affected|
|2019 Porsche Cayenne||1||Seat Belts||More Details|
|2018 Porsche Cayenne||1||Equipment||More Details|
|2018 Porsche Macan||4||Equipment, Electrical System||More Details|
|2018 Porsche Panamera||5||Service Brakes, Hydraulic, Suspension||More Details|
|2018 Porsche Panamera E-Hybrid||1||Suspension||More Details|
|2018 Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo||2||Suspension||More Details|
|2017 Porsche 718 Boxster||4||Air Bags, Visibility, Fuel System, Gasoline||More Details|
|2017 Porsche 718 Cayman||3||Air Bags, Fuel System, Gasoline||More Details|
|2017 Porsche 911||6||Air Bags, Visibility, Fuel System, Gasoline||More Details|
|2017 Porsche Cayenne||1||Equipment||More Details|
|2017 Porsche Macan||10||Equipment, Fuel System, Gasoline, Air Bags, Suspension||More Details|
|2017 Porsche Panamera||3||Suspension||More Details|
|2016 Porsche 911||2||Air Bags||More Details|
|2016 Porsche Cayenne||1||Service Brakes, Hydraulic||More Details|
|2016 Porsche Macan||6||Fuel System, Gasoline, Air Bags||More Details|
|2015 Porsche 911||1||Latches/locks/linkages||More Details|
|2015 Porsche 918 Spyder||8||Suspension, Seat Belts, Engine And Engine Cooling||More Details|
|2015 Porsche Boxster||1||Latches/locks/linkages||More Details|
|2015 Porsche Cayenne||2||Service Brakes, Hydraulic, Suspension||More Details|
|2015 Porsche Cayman||1||Latches/locks/linkages||More Details||
Audi has already issued a recall for the same issue.
Porsche is recalling the 918 Spyder to correct a problem with a wiring harness that can be damaged by a carbon fiber component.
A problem with leaky fuel injection systems has prompted the NHTSA to issue recall notices for the VW Touareg, Porsche hybrids and a smattering of Audis.
Porsche is repairing 205 units of the 918 Spyder around the world for problems with unspecified "chassis components" on the hybrid supercar. The company discovered the problem during quality checks, and the affected owners have already been contacted to have the issue repaired, which could take around two days.
Porsche has issued a "precautionary" and voluntary safety recall affecting some 4,400 sports cars across the globe. Here in the United States, the recall includes 1,382 911, Boxster convertibles and Cayman coupes, all of which are from model years 2014 and 2015.
As the recent US recall of a single Koenigsegg Agera shows, even low-production supercars aren't immune from safety campaigns. Now, there's another example that even the fastest cars can have their faults. The Porsche 918 Spyder is a pretty fantastic vehicle for its ability to mix hybrid fuel economy and incredible amounts of power, but Porsche has a problem on a few units of its halo model.
Porsche 911 GT3 owners in the United Kingdom are up in arms, but it's not for the reason you might think. Okay, well it sort of is. See, it's been fairly well documented that 911 GT3 owners have had their cars grounded over concerns that the engines could catch fire. Porsche is rushing to build and install replacement engines in all 800 or so cars, scattered around the globe.
While the auto industry reels from massive recall after massive recall, Porsche has quietly been working on a fix for an issue that's forced owners of the new 911 GT3 to park their track-ready rockets for fear of an engine fire. Thanks to a leaked letter from Porsche to a GT3 owner (which has been certified as real), we now have an idea of just where the German brand is at with the fix.
Porsche has never been afraid to introduce variants of its cars. However, its even higher spec, next-generation 911 GT3 RS may be delayed from its planned launch this summer while the engines in the standard GT3s (pictured above) are replaced.
About a month back, we reported that Porsche was suspending delivery of its 911 GT3 due to reported incidents of the engine bursting into flames. A few days later, Porsche told owners of the new track-ready models not to drive their cars and had their local dealers pick up the cars in question. Just a couple of days ago, we reported that Porsche was working on a fix, and now we have the official details.
It looks like 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 drivers might actually get to drive their cars again soon. Reports of fires affecting the track-ready Germans first began about a month ago. Then, a few days later, the automaker confirmed two of the five alleged blazes and said owners shouldn't drive their cars until further notice. Porsche then went so far as to offer to pick up the GT3s and transport them to the nearest dealer until the problem was identified and a fix was found. Finally, there appears to be
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced that it will end its investigation into rapid coolant loss in 24,635 Porsche 911s built between 2001 and 2011. The models affected included the standard 911, GT2, GT3 and Turbo, as well as their variants (GT2 RS, GT3 RS and Turbo S).
Porsche, though the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, announced a voluntary recall on about 2,200 911 Carrera and Carrera 4 models built during the 2012 and 2013 model years. On cars equipped with the standard exhaust system it was found that the tailpipes could separate from the mufflers and become dangerous road debris; models that added the optional sport exhaust system are not included in this recall.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration just announced that Porsche is recalling several hundred 911 GT3 sportscars, built for the 2010 model year. The cars in question are being recalled for potentially faulty rear-wheel hubs. These hubs cold be prone to failure under "certain driving conditions." The specific driving conditions in question are not noted. If the rear-wheel hub fails, one could lose control of the track-oriented Porsche, which would not be pretty at speed.
A potentially defective turbine wheel in the turbochargers of 2011 and 2012 Porsche Panamera Turbo and Turbo S models and the 2012 Porsche Cayenne Turbo has led to a recall. There are 270 units affected among the three models, with a casting defect being cited as the cause of the trouble. The issue could lead to a fracture in the turbocharger itself, which could then lead to follow-on problems, smoke and risk of fire.