Latest Lamborghini Recalls
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Lamborghini Recall History
Lamborghini may be one of the most exclusive car companies in the world, but that doesn’t mean its cars are immune to the same problems experienced by the average family sedan.
In 2017, the Italian super car manufacturer recalled 1,435 Aventador Coupe and Roadster models. Under certain driving conditions, fuel could leak from the gas tank, contact the hot exhaust and start a fire. As of May 2018, the completion rate for this recall stood at 83.9 percent.
In 2013, certain 2006-2010 Murciélago Coupe and Roadster vehicles were recalled due to a brake rotor attaching screw that may fail after being exposed to road salt. This recall applied only to models fitted with carbon ceramic brakes. As of January 2015, the completion rate for this campaign was 53.9 percent. The same problem was found to occur on the 2007-2009 Gallardo Coupe and Spyder. A recall of those cars totaled 263 vehicles, of which just 42.9 percent were inspected or repaired.
In 2012, Lamborghini issued two recalls. The first was for leaking hydraulic power steering lines on certain 2004-2006 Gallardo Coupe and Spyder cars. Leaking fluid near an ignition source could lead to a fire. As of November 2013, the completion rate for this repair was 51.7 percent. The second recall that year was assigned to the 2012 Aventador for headlights that could be aimed horizontally but not vertically. The completion rate for this recall as of January 2012 was 11 percent.
Check your Lamborghini’s Vehicle Identification Number or VIN at http://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls to see if it has any additional open recalls.