Bugatti recalling certain 2021-2022 Chiron Pur Sport vehicles due to cracks in rear tires

Cracks in Rear Tires

Bugatti is recalling certain 2021-2022 Chiron Pur Sport vehicles. After 2,500 miles of usage, the rear tires may develop cracks.

As an interim repair, dealers will replace the rear tires on the affected vehicles every 1,875 miles or when tire age reaches 1.5 years. Once newly designed tires are available, the tires will be replaced again. Repairs will be performed free of charge. Owners with tires that have already reached 2,500 miles or 1.5 years should not drive their vehicle until the tires are replaced. Owner notification letters are expected to be mailed in January 2022. Owners may contact Bugatti customer service at 1-703-826-7545. Bugatti's number for this recall is BUGCR025.

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