Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles launches retrofitting resolution for Caddy 1.6 TDI models influenced by a diesel issue.

Posted on 24. May, 2016 by in Volkswagen Canada

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• KBA approves technical resolution for commercially purebred Caddy 4 (N1)
   models (2016 indication year) with 1.6 TDI engines and primer gearbox
• Customers can make appointments during use shops on brief notice

Germany’s Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) has authorized Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles’ retrofitting resolution for Caddy 1.6 TDI models influenced by a diesel issue. The Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles code has now launched a routine for retrofitting influenced Caddy models versed with a EA 189 engine. Approx. 10,000 vehicles are being called into use shops in Europe.

Following tighten consultations with a German Federal Motor Transport Authority, a stream idea during Volkswagen is that a technical retrofitting resolution also should not outcome in any changes to a fuel expenditure values, opening information or sound emissions of a influenced vehicles. In a box of a Caddy 4 (2016 indication year) 1.6 TDI with a primer gearbox and an N1 blurb registration, a KBA has now reliable that this idea has been entirely achieved and has therefore authorized a retrofitting resolution for a influenced vehicles.

All influenced business are now being sensitive of a remember magnitude and asked to make an appointment with an certified Volkswagen partner of their choice.

Customers will not catch any costs as a outcome of a technical measures. In addition, all business will be offering a suitable deputy mobility choice giveaway of assign as partial of a remember process.
It should also be remarkable that all influenced vehicles are technically sound and protected to drive, that means they can be used but limitation until a retrofitting resolution is implemented. The doing of a required technical measures is being carried out in suitability with a calendar and movement devise concluded on with a Federal Motor Transport Authority.

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