Penske issues Dennis Eagle recall

More than 100 Dennis Eagle trucks have been recalled due to an exhaust tail pipe outlet issue

Penske issues Dennis Eagle recall
The Dennis Eagle model has been recalled

Penske Australia has released a recall of more than 100 Dennis Eagle products due to manufacturing issues.

The recall impacts the Dennis Eagle Elite 2 model in the 2020-2021 year range, with 103 units being affected by the issue.

All variants within the model are being recalled, with the exhaust tail pipe outlet possibly being directed towards the left-hand side of the vehicle.

If this does occur, it could result in exhaust gases being discharged towards pedestrians, meaning the exhaust tail pipe assembly doesn’t comply with the Australian Design Rule 42/05 (General Safety Requirements).

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The exhaust emissions are directed towards the footpath in this model, possibly increasing the risk of burns or injury to pedestrians.

Penske says owners of affected vehicles should contact their preferred Dennis Eagle dealer to have parts ordered and arrange for the necessary work to be carried out, free of charge.

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