NEW DELHI: General Motors India on Tuesday said that it has initiated a voluntary recall of 101,597 units of Chevrolet Beat diesel manufactured between December, 2010 and July, 2014. The company said it will inspect and if necessary replace the clutch pedal lever in these vehicles. According to GM India, the company has already started voluntarily notifying owners of the Beat diesel to take their cars to any of Chevrolet’s 248 authorised service centres across the country. The clutch pedal lever in these units is susceptible to cracking on continued usage. GM India’s recall comes close on the heels of two other high-profile voluntary recalls initiated recently. While Volkswagen announced a recall of 323,000 cars early this month - the country’s highest so far - Honda Cars India has recalled 90201 units of two of its models in the country. With this, more than 5 lakh passenger cars have been recalled in December alone, by the three manufacturers primarily comprising diesel engines.