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Volkswagen Group is recalling over 74.000 VW and Audi SUV’s

Volkswagen Group recall


Due to many complaints Volkswagen Group is recalling over 74,000 VW and Audi SUV’s addressing faulty engine components that could be engine failure reason and increase the risk of accidents.

Affected vehicles by this recall was 2021-2023 Audi Q5 , Q5 Sport back and 2022-2023 Volkswagen Atlas and Atlas Cross Sport models.

NHTSA Campaign Number: 22V753000

Manufacturer: Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.

Recalling Complaints: Engine Failure

Recalls: 74,067

According to Volkswagen, up to 2% of the recalling SUVs may have connecting rod defects that allow debris into the engine oil circuit, which can lead to engine stalling, oil leakage, and even fire.

Owners of the Audi Q5 and VW Atlas are advised to cease driving and have their cars repaired if they are experiencing excessive engine noise or engine warning lights. Defective engines will be replaced without charge by Volkswagen Group because this problem affects cars that are still covered by warranties.

Owners of the Audi Q5 and VW Atlas will begin receiving mail-out letters in December; in the interim, they may use their VIN number to check the NHTSA website to see if they are affected by this recall.

Lemon Law Aid will assist you in filing a lemon claim to get your Audi Q5 or Volkswagen Atlas replaced or repurchased if you have engine problems that haven’t been resolved after a fair number of efforts while it’s still covered under warranty. 

Get Compensation you deserve!

The Margarian Law Firm specializes in Lemon Law, Dealer Fraud , and Consumer Class Actions. Lemon Law allows customers to get reimbursed for their defective vehicle. If you have experienced a defective tail light, or if you have experienced any other defects on your vehicle, you might be entitled to compensation. If you have a defective vehicle, contact The Margarian Law Firm at (818) 553-1000. 

 

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