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Recall roundup: Volkswagen Beetle, Golf, Jetta and Passat for possible fuel leak


The Volkswagen Beetle, Golf, Jetta and Passat are the subject of a new recall which has been recently announced by the car manufacturer. According to Volkswagen, the four models mentioned above are the subject of a new recall. This has been announced because of the sealing cap in the fuel rail, which might leak fuel into the engine compartment and this ...
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Volkswagen to develop BMW 5-Series competitor
A competitor which will tackle the BMW 5-Series is currently planned by Volkswagen. Volkswagen has some big plans for its future car lineup and in between developing replacements for its current ...
VW plans new crossover for Detroit
Volkswagen is planning on introducing a new crossover next month, in a world premiere, during the 2015 Detroit Motor Show. The German based automaker Volkswagen is still playing on the crossover ...
Volkswagen Golf SUV planned for 2018
A new version to be based on the next generation of the Golf, the SUV, is said to be introduced sometimes in 2018. The development plans of a Volkswagen Golf SUV ...
New VW 2.0L 272HP engine unveiled
Volkswagen has introduced a new 2.0 liter turbo diesel engine with four cylinders which is capable of producing a total output of 272 HP. Volkswagen has stepped forward in the engine ...
Volkswagen plans Golf-branded crossover
The German based automaker Volkswagen is currently planning to develop a Golf-branded crossover which should be introduced over the next few years. Volkswagen is apparently looking into the C-segment for crossovers ...
Recall roundup: 1.14 million Volkswagen cars
The German based automaker Volkswagen has recently issued a recall for 1.14 million cars in China and the United States because of a problem with the rear suspension. According to the ...
Recall roundup: 1.1m Volkswagen vehicles for rear suspension problems
Volkswagen has just issued a new recall for 1.1 million vehicles in North America and in China because of some problems with their rear suspensions. According to the car manufacturer, there ...
Volkswagen plans four-seat XL1
The German based automaker Volkswagen is apparently planning to develop a four-seat version of the impressive XL1, which should be introduced soon. I’m pretty sure you all remember the ultra frugal ...
Volkswagen and Renault-Nissan, top gainers from modular platforms
The MQB platform from the Volkswagen Group, launched on the 7th Golf generation seems to be the best solution out of all the modular options launched by car manufacturers, according ...

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