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VW scandal hits half a dozen models sold in Singapore

By Deeq on 29 Sep 2015 in Singapore car news, Other News

Attached Image Earlier on, it was reported that the Volkswagen cars in Singapore were not affected by the global emissions scandal that is engulfing the German motoring giant, but recently, turns out more than half a dozen Volkswagen models sold in Singapore are affected.
 
Checks by The Straits Times on fuel economy data provided by the Land Transport Authority revealed that the affected models include the previous generation Volkswagen Passat 2.0TDI, Golf GTD 2.0TDI, CC 2.0TDI, Sharan 2.0TDI and Tiguan 2.0TDI.
A Volkswagen spokesman said that its 1.6-litre and 1.2-litre turbodiesel models are also affected, among a total of 10.7 million VW cars worldwide. The company is still collating information on how many cars here face problems.

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Watwheels Sep 29 2015 05:01 PM

NEA said no have but LTA says have. So who to believe?

Lurpsexx Sep 29 2015 05:50 PM

NEA said no have but LTA says have. So who to believe?

 

No one... nowadays reporting is like toilet paper.. used for sheet and is to be discarded... 

Watwheels Sep 29 2015 09:08 PM

http://transport.asi...mission-scandal

 

How about Audi? They share the same engines. Surely there are many that are affected.

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