With which he has affiliated with the Volkswagen Group worldwide with the emissions of their engines cannot be very misleading if you do not want to put an end to itself. the united States does not stop get news about falseo emissions motorizaciónes diesel and gasoline as well as fraud investigations. Also in Spain they have many customers Seat unhappy for having approved the wrong version best-selling of the range.
however, to avoid that things were complicated even more in our country, Volkswagen has updated the CO2 emissions of its models. This update is focused, for now, the Volkswagen Polo, Golf, Passat and Touareg. We do not know if in a near future, Audi, Seat and Skoda also updated the emission data of the models that share engines that have been updated.
According to a spokesperson for the German brand, this review of the CO2 emissions of the models of Volkswagen has not been motivated by the problems that the firm has with the Dieselgate. The real explanation situates these changes as a correction of the values of consumption and emission of its engines in conditions of actual use. It would be the same thing that has made the French group PSA (Peugeot, Citroën and DS) to start to offer data of consumption in a situation of real driving.
This spokesperson has clarified that the actual consumption of the models, once they have their drivers, will be the same but that the CO2 emissions have been adapted to the actual consumption and not the one obtained on the test bench. The case is most curious is that of the Volkswagen Golf 1.6 TDI with a manual gearbox. This model has been passed to approve 99 grams of CO2 per kilometer to approve 103 grams of CO2.
We will be watching to see how the rest of brands of the Volkswagen Group adapt and begin to provide data of consumption and emissions in real conditions of use.
Source – Volkswagen
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