Subaru of America is recalling nearly 26,000 new cars to fix a problem with the rearview camera display.
(NBC) - Subaru of America is recalling nearly 26,000 new cars to fix a problem with the rearview camera display.
The recall involves the 2017 model year Impreza.
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The company says the rearview camera display may not work properly due to a software problem.
If it's not working properly, the driver's view of what is behind the car can be reduced.
That can potentially increase the risk of a crash or backing over someone behind the vehicle.
Subaru of America will notify owners of the 2017 Impreza sedan and 5-door. Dealers will then update the infotainment software free of charge to drivers.
Subaru owners may contact the company's customer service department at 1-800-782-2783.
Courtesy: NBC News Channel