No. 1 Indian carmaker Maruti Suzuki’s recall of its best-selling A-Star vehicles may not cost the company much financially, but sure raises questions about the procedures followed by the company for disclosing such information to investors.

Maruti A-StarThe company says the recall of 100,000 cars began in November, but did not disclose the move until late February.

Maruti told Reuters it had informed European regulatory authorities about the recall — the A-Star is popular in Europe — but was sketchy about why it did not make the disclosure in India.

The recall comes at a time when the auto industry is grappling with quality-control concerns.

Japanese automakers Toyota and Honda are reeling under mammoth recalls, stemming from sticky accelerator pedals and faulty brakes.