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Urgent recall for 57,000 Kia cars over fears engines could catch fire while switched off – 7NEWS.com.au

Owners are urged to avoid parking the cars anywhere near homes or indoor structures.

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Kia vehicle owners are being warned to urgently contact the car company after a dangerous defect was detected.
Two different models, the Kia QL Sportage MY2016-2021 and the CK Stinger MY2017-2019, are at the centre of the recall.
It comes just months after Hyundai recalled 93,000 vehicles over a similar issue. See more in the video above.
The cars can burst into flames even if the vehicle is switched off, according to Product Safety Australia.
Around 57,000 people own an affected car across Australia.

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