MG6 Australian Recall

MG6 Australian Recall

MG6 vehicles sold in Australia recalled to have child seat anchor fitted.

MG6 Australian Recall
The Chinese-built MG6 is being recalled in Australia to have a centre child seat anchor point installed.

A total of just twelve MG6 vehicles sold in Australia are being recalled because they weren’t fitted with a centre Child Restraint Anchorage as required by Australian standards.

The vehicles, imported and sold by Longwell Motors, include both Fast-Back and Normal-Back versions of the mid-size model built in China.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) will be overseeing the recall, and say that without an appropriate Child Restraint Anchorage, the top tether of a child restraint cannot be attached, which may increase the risk of injury to an occupant in a severe accident.

Owners affected by the MG6 Australian recall will be contacted directly as soon when parts become available and in the meantime parents are advised to place child safety seats on either the right or left positions of the rear seat instead of the centre position.

The MG6 in Australia is priced from $22,990, check your MG6 VIN here.

Joel Helmes