From auto.ndtv.com : "The recall is due to the passenger front airbag in the JeepCompass being affected by what Jeep has termed 'loose fasteners' that can affect the correct working of the airbag in case of a collision. In a statement put out earlier today, Jeep has said that the recall is expected to affect just a small number (about 1%) of the popular SUV globally. In India, Jeep has so far sold over 8,000 Compass SUVs in India but only 1200 units are being recalled and checked by the dealer. Jeep says out of the recalled units less than one per cent are expected to be affected." This is actually a good thing, that they have voluntarily monitored and recalled for free replacement of the airbag unit. It is a sign that they are treating Indian customers on par with global ones, at least in the company's dealings with its customers. At the dealer level there might still be scope and dire need for improvement.