It hasn’t been a while since the latest 2021 Porsche 718 models in US showrooms, but buyers who have received their units recently will have to return them for a needed fix.
According to the documents released by the NHTSA, 190 units of 2021 model year 718 models are being recalled due to a faulty component that could lead to engine damage. The vehicles included in the recall are all equipped with naturally-aspirated flat-six engines, namely the Cayman GT4, Cayman and Boxster GTS 4.0, and 718 Spyder.
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