In recent months, several reports of braking system failures have been lodged by those who own or lease a 2021-2022 Volvo XC60 T8 Polestar Engineered SUV. Many customers have voiced their concerns about defective electrical emergency brake function and rear auto brakes that engage suddenly for no reason, putting vehicle occupants and others on the road at increased risk of injury. To date, the manufacturer has issued three separate auto safety recall campaigns affecting this make and model, but none of these recalls concerns braking system issues. Meanwhile, concerned customers continue to wait for lasting fixes to these braking system defects.
According to one owner of a 2022 Volvo XC60 T8 Polestar Engineered SUV, the vehicle’s rear auto brake has engaged without warning or provocation on multiple occasions. The driver stated that there were no obstacles in the area that would have triggered the brakes to engage, but the braking system activated and nearly caused the vehicle behind them to rear end them. Similar reports of defective or malfunctioning braking systems have been reported by concerned customers, even though they have yet to receive clear answers and permanent solutions to these safety issues.
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