Fiat Chrysler recalls 894 thousand cars worldwide

NEW YORK, October 30. The Italian-American manufacturer Chrysler recalls Fiat 894 thousand cars worldwide because of possible problems with the braking system and airbags. This was reported by AP.

Service action affects 542 thousand cars Dodge Journey and Fiat Freemonts, released from 2012 to 2015, as well as 352 thousand cars Grand Cherokee Jeep Libertys and 2003 and 2004 model years.

Earlier this year the company announced a recall of about 4 million vehicles in the U.S. market, unreliable equipped with airbags from Japanese company Takata. The carmaker also withdrew about 500 thousand cars from the world market due to a malfunction of the fuel pump.