Volkswagen to call back 3.23 lakh vehicles in India

,  New Delhi, 01-Dec-2015

German auto major Volkswagen will recall 3.23 lakh vehicles in India after a government-ordered probe found the company using diesel engines equipped with a defeat device which help cheat emission tests, as it had done in the US and other global markets. 

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