Porsche recalls Panamera to fix suspension defectby Justin King
A connecting link may become detached from the anti-roll bar, potentially damaging other suspension parts.
Porsche has issued a recall for select 2017-2018 Panamera vehicles sold in the US market.
Internal testing uncovered a problem with the connecting links for the rear anti-roll bar. The parts "do not meet Porsche quality standards" and may become detached from the anti-roll bar.
"If this occurs, it cannot be ruled out that the detached parts of the anti-roll bar can come into contact with and damage surrounding suspension parts," the company says.
Service technicians will replace the rear connecting links in 715 vehicles sold in the US and Puerto Rico.
"No incidents or accidents have been reported," Porsche says.