Problems on the hood, which can catch fire, for some cars of various brands that are part of the Volkswagen Group. For this reason, today’s car manufacturers care about maxi call It houses about 100,000 vehicles in total.
The news comes from Germany
German magazine Bild reported the news of this extreme call affecting the Volkswagen Group. However, the campaign is aimed at global customers, and the problem that can actually be encountered on the cars of some brands of the group is very serious, and can even cause fire From the car itself, due to defects in the hood. Brands participating in the latest Maxi recall are Audi, Seat, Skoda and Volkswagen. There are more than 100,000 cars in total, built between 2020 and 2022.
Problem encountered on recalled vehicles
As we expected, the defect concerns part of the engine. According to what was reported on the website of the German KBA, the Volkswagen Group would have used an improper bonnet repair for these models produced between 2020 and 2022. A seemingly minor problem would instead be able to cause a connection Between the hood itself and some hotter components, it even caused a fire. In fact, in Germany, where the total number of participating vehicles is around 40,000, 16 fire incidents occurred.
What cars will be called
Among the cars participating in the Maxi recall, there will be approximately 58,100 Volkswagens, including the Queen of the House – Golf – but also tiguan, T-Roc, Passat, and Arteon. There are 30,476 Cupra cars – Ateca, Formentor and Leon – 15,636 Skoda models have been recalled, including the Octavia, Superb and Kodiaq. Audi, with nearly 6,320 cars, between the TT and Q3, and 798 seats, has yet to deliver the Tarraco. Owners of damaged cars They are notified directly by the House of Representatives, As usual in these cases (we’ve seen similar episodes many other times) and they will have to bring their car to fix the problem to the workshop, in order to fix the bug.
We already saw a maxi recall in 2018, That included Seat and Volkswagen cars. The two manufacturers announced that they have identified a potential manufacturing defect that could cause one of the three stops of the rear seat belts to inadvertently open. Defect only applies to Volkswagen Polo (2018), Seat Ibiza (2017 and 2018) and Arona (2018).
Volkswagen Group technicians identified the possibility that in some remote situations, such as a quick lane change with five people on board, the left rear seat belt could inadvertently release from a berth.
And that’s not all because last year too golf queenAfter ID.3 – the electric Volkswagen that caused so many problems for the brand – in its latest version In 56000 units, for some software problems, to be solved in authorized workshops. The problem cars, House noted, were those produced through July 2020; Latest golf 8 saved. No vehicle safety issue, despite the recall: Volkswagen pointed it out anyway. These were just flaws in the infotainment management software or the rear view camera, about which customers complained a lot.
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