Maruti Suzuki: In May, 2016, Maruti Suzuki announced its largest recall till date, spanning more than 75,000 Baleno premium hatchbacks and close to 2,000 Swift Dzire AGS versions. The 75,419 Balenos recalled included petrol and diesel models and were required to undergo an airbag controller software upgrade. Of the 75,000 + Balenos recalled, 15,995 cars underwent an additional faulty fuel filter inspection and replacement. 1,960 Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire cars with Auto Gear Shift (AGS) were recalled for inspection and replacement of a faulty fuel filter. In the same month earlier, Maruti Suzuki had issued a recall for 20,427 units of the S-Cross, covering both the DDiS 320 and DDiS 200. The faulty part in discussion was a brake part, which could've caused brake fluid seepage. This part was eventually replaced as per requirement by the company.