Volkswagen reveals CO2 modifications for Golf, Jetta as well as also Passat designs
Source : Volkswagen reveals CO2 modifications for Golf, Jetta as well as also Passat designs
The first three Volkswagen vehicles to be reclassified following the CO2 emissions scandal have been revealed, with minor modifications in CO2 across the board
Volkswagen has released information on three of the vehicles affected by the CO2 emissions scandal.
In November 2015 in which was found in which some VW Group cars did not meet their stated CO2 emissions targets, as well as also by December in which was revealed in which nine cars could need to be reclassified, however only six are sold within the UK.
The first of those vehicles have currently been retested. The biggest change applies to the Golf Cabriolet 2.0 TDI 110 in S as well as also SE specifications, where CO2 rises coming from 111g/km to 117g/km.
The Jetta 2.0 TDI 110 manual in S, SE as well as also GT forms has CO2 emissions reclassified to 109g/km, up coming from 105g/km. Meanwhile, the Golf 2.0 TDI 150 manual in Match Edition form will be reclassified to 109g/km coming from 106g/km.
Finally, the Golf 2.0 TDI 150 manual in GT Edition as well as also R-line forms has its emissions reclassified to 112g/km, up coming from 109g/km.
Volkswagen says fewer than 0 retail cars are affected within the UK, as well as also less than 100 fleet vehicles.
The firm says customers already driving those vehicles are not affected by the change, as well as also any customers who have ordered those cars will possess the chance to order a different VW car, cancel the order or proceed as well as also acknowledge the higher CO2 values.
Volkswagen will announce details of the final three cars to be retested within the coming months.
Last month in which was revealed in which several Audi as well as also Seat vehicles had also been reclassified, with modifications of up to 10g/km applying to some designs. However, the VW Group denied in which had tried to cover up the modifications.
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