Almost a million units of the Volkswagen Passat, Volkswagen Touareg and Porsche Cayenne will be called to review


When the scandal #DieselGate still fishtailing in Volkswagen, as a consequence falsify the pollutant emissions in some TDI engines, come new problems to the group automobile German. Two calls to review will be the cause of more headaches for managers and customers of the brand: there are nearly a million vehicles affected models Volkswagen Passat, Volkswagen Touareg and Porsche Cayenne.

Call for review of Volkswagen Passat manufactured between 2014 and 2015


Nothing less than to 177,000 units of the Volkswagen Passat, made between the years 2014 and 2015, and sold in all of Europe, will be calls to review in order to overcome a possible defect in the electrical system. The problem has been reported in a connector of the electronic control unit, which may cause a malfunction occur with the electronic operation.

These failures may manifest themselves in various forms, such as problems in your engine -lack of power or even stand up-. To prevent this problem, all the owners of these units of the Volkswagen Passat will be contacted by the mark, solving the problem free of charge at their official services at no cost to the customer.

Call to review for the Porsche Cayenne and Volkswagen Touareg manufactured between 2011 and 2016: there are 800.000 units affected


And if a call to review weren’t enough, looming a second. Porsche Cayenne and Volkswagen Touareg manufactured between 2011 and 2016 will have its corresponding review because of problems that could present their brake pedals and clutch. There are a total of 800,000 vehicles affected, sharing between 391.000 units of the VW Touareg and 409.477 units of Porsche Cayenne sold around the world.

The problem presented lies in the mechanism of your pedals, and is common to both models, since they share all their technical base. The call to review is preventive, to avoid possible failures in the retaining rings of the pedals. Have been detected through internal inspections, and in the units of the models produced from now on will not present this problem.

it should be noted that no drive of the Audi Q7 is affected. For the time being has not been reported how many of these Cayenne and Touareg will be called to review in Spain: marks will be soon in contact with their owners to pass by an official repair shop and fix the problem, needing approximately a half-hour to the intervention.