Holden just announced a recall of over 25,000 2014 Commodore and Caprice vehicles due to a defect affecting both driver and passenger front seats.
According to the Australian brand, the cars may have been built with a defective weld in the bracket on which the seat is mounted. In the event of a crash, the defective weld could cause the seat to separate from the seat track.
This is not the first recall that the current Commodore and Caprice models have been involved in this year, as several other issues have arisen as well in May, June, and July involving a seatbelt, LPG fueling, and windshield wiper problems.
Owners of affected vehicles will be contacted by Holden in order to arrange an inspection, but you can find details of the recall by clicking here.