Natalie Hitchins, Which? Head of Home Products and Services, said:
“Volvo seems to have moved quickly to release details about this issue, but thousands of car owners will be concerned to hear that there is a risk of fire with their vehicle – and currently no fix.
“No one should be put at unnecessary risk – whether they own an affected car or are planning to buy one – so Volvo must urgently clarify whether cars with potentially dangerous engines are still being sold.”
In January, Volvo recalled 30,000 UK cars due to fuel line leaks.