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German government rumored to recall 12 million diesel vehicles

By Faiming_low on 03 Jul 2017

Attached Image Germany's Transport Ministry is in talks with several different manufacturers about recalling approximately 12 million diesel vehicles.

As reported by Reuters, the vehicles involved in this recall are believed to be equipped with diesel engines that are meant to comply with Euro 4, Euro 5, and Euro 6 emission standards. No exact models have been named as of now. The campaign aims to clean up the affected vehicles with the updated engine management software and is part of the government's plan to cut nitrogen oxide emissions by nearly 25 percent.

It is also reported in the article that the automakers will be bearing the cost of the recall, which is estimated at S$2.3 billion - S$3.8 billion.

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