The German based automaker Audi has recently announced a recall for a massive 850,000 units of the A4, because of some problems with the airbags.
The newest recall involving an Audi model is affecting no less than 850,000 units of the A4. This has been issued recently by the car manufacturer and owners of the A4 will have to take a trip back to the dealers in order to get the problem with the airbags solved. Audi says that because of a software problem, the front airbags might not deploy in case of an impact, increasing the risk of injury.
The affected vehicles are the A4s, which have been produced after 2012 and considering the fact that this is a global problem, no less than 850,000 units are affected. Out of these, 250,000 have been produced for the Chinese auto market and another 150,000 have been sold in its home land. Audi or the NHTSA haven’t released any info on possible units affected in the United States, just yet. The affected vehicles will be fixed free of charge to the owners and if you happen to have such a model, you should contact your local Audi dealership for more info.