The Detroit Lions announced on Monday that they will not sell any non-premium or premium non-branded Ford Fusion-powered vehicles after they are recalled because of a defect in the vehicle’s suspension.
The Ford Fusion’s new, non-slimer, suspension was supposed to have improved handling and cornering but the company says it’s found that a defect has caused the vehicle to roll over and roll over on bumpy roads.
It’s the first recall for the Ford Fusion in 2017.
The company said in a statement that the defect has been identified and it’s being evaluated.
The Fusion is not yet available for purchase but there’s no indication that it will be for some time.
GM said that it has “investigated the issue,” and that it expects to provide updates about the recall to the public on Monday.
While GM did not specify which vehicles were affected, Ford Fusion owners are likely to see an immediate decrease in their vehicle purchases.
The company did not disclose how many Fusion vehicles were sold or how many vehicles have been affected.
Ford Fusion sales are down significantly since the recall began in January and it has been a big hit for the company since it was introduced in 2013.
Ford Fusion sales were down 8% last year compared with 2017, but the automaker has had a huge impact on the auto industry.