Volkswagen Group still riding out his own in the temporary united States because of the Dieselgate. In the american country things can go very wrong if the latest research is declared as guilty of all the charges that accuse him. Now, however, things are complicated because Audi and Volkswagen are having problems in several of their cars due to mechanical failures, .
Both firms are doing a emergency call massive to withdraw from the market a number of their cars due to problems in airbags and in the pump of the liquid refrigerant. These failures are important and would put in serious risk the life of drivers. This is why the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has been responsible for both Audi Volkswagen notified through their websites for customers to pass by the workshop to solve these problems.
In the case of the cars affected by the problem of airbags the passengers of the vehicle could, in the event of an accident, serious injury by the impact of metal elements. In the case of the vehicles affected by the problems in the pump of the liquid refrigerant the vehicle could go out and burn, if the engine is not able to regulate their operating temperature.
affected models of Audi are the Q5, A5 and A5 cabriolet manufactured between the years 2013 to 2017; Audi Allroads and A4 sedan from the years 2013 to 2016 and the Audi A6 of the years 2012 to 2015. All these models have as a common denominator that mount the same block gasoline 2-liter TFSI. The greatest number of models affected is the Q5 with 234.054 units although we do not know how they have affected their airbags and few pump of the liquid refrigerant.
affected models of Volkswagen are the Golf, e-Golf and Tiguan. In this case have not been given to know the years of manufacture, as well as the units that are affected by each of the problems described. However since the marks are getting in touch with the customers to pass by the official service. In addition, as usual this operation will not have cost any to the customers.
Source – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)