Toyota Recalls C-HR SUVs for Parking Brakes

Photo of Toyota C-HR courtesy of Toyota.
Photo of Toyota C-HR courtesy of Toyota.

Toyota Motor North America is recalling approximately 28,600 2018 C-HR compact SUVs because the electronic parking brake might malfunction, the automaker said.

Toyota dealers will update an electronic control unit’s software to fix the problem. There will be no charge for this service, according to Toyota.

Later this month, Toyota will notify by mail owners of the involved vehicles.

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