Subaru of America is recalling the redesigned 2017 Impreza in the U.S. for a software problem within the compact car’s infotainment unit.
The recall covers 25,567 Imprezas in the U.S. built between Sept. 12, 2016 and Feb. 23, 2017, the company said. Harman International is the infotainment unit supplier.
During initial boot-up, a memory error might result in a blank screen or if multiple processes occur at the same time, the screen might freeze, Subaru told U.S. regulators.
The glitch may lead to the rearview camera image to not display properly, increasing the risk of a crash.
Subaru will notify owners and dealers will update the infotainment software, free of charge.
The recall is expected to begin on March 20.
Subaru recalled 3,484 Imprezas for the same issue in Canada.