German TDIs that Aren’t Fixed Will Be Taken Off the Road

German TDIs that Aren’t Fixed Will Be Taken Off the Road

0 comments 📅27 July 2017, 01:15

Germany has announced that dieselgate pretentious VWs that aren’t retrofitted with VW’s fix, will have to be taken off the road.

Myriad owners are unwilling to have their TDIs fixed due to fears that their portraya will be negatively impacted.

Despite assurances from both VW and the KBA (Germany’s federal motor transport testimony) that the fix—usually consisting of a filter or a software update—doesn’t hurt doing, media reports have found cars whose performance was worse following the fix.

A article from Germany’s Focus magazine says that owners who refuse to retrofit their diesels could take their cars deregistered as early as August.

So far 5.5 million TDIs suffer with been fixed in Europe, with 1.8 million of those coming from Germany.

[source: carscoops]

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