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Last Modified: May 2, 2023

Volkswagen Audi Emissions Fraud Recall

The Volkswagen group recently apologized for installing software in some of their cars’ computer systems to cheat emissions tests while boosting engine performance. Because of the fraud reported to the EPA, all of these affected vehicles will now have to be fixed, leaving owners with :

  1. A less powerful, less fuel-efficient vehicle
  2. or a modified vehicle including less interior and trunk space.

These vehicles are also at risk of losing their resale value or perhaps even being prohibited from resale to private parties or dealerships. We don’t want you to lose out on the value of your hard-earned vehicle, which is why we are prepared to help you.

What vehicles are affected?

Affected models include several from the VW line as well as multiple form the Audi line as well. If you need help determining if your vehicle is one of those that is affected, please call us today at (801)506-0800, or fill out the form to the right.

The affected VW models include:Volkswagen logo

  • Jetta TDI
  • Passat TDI
  • Golf TDI
  • Jetta Sportwagen TDI
  • Beetle TDI

The affected Audi models are:

  • 2009 to 2013 A3 TDI
  • 2015 Audi A3 TDI

You have questions and concerns:

What do I do now?

The only thing that you can do now is wait, but don’t worry—we won’t stop working in your best interest.

Is my car safe to drive?

The software issue itself doesn’t make your care unsafe to drive.

Where can I find more information?

As more information is released, we will collect everything that is relevant and keep in contact with you when we can take action. If you would like us to keep in touch with you on important updates, FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW.

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Call NOW if you have a car that may be affected.

As many as 11 million cars around the world may be affected by the future recall or other solution that may be presented. While reports and official actions are being decided, the best advice is to sit tight and keep driving. The fraudulent software will not make your car unsafe to drive. In the meantime, it would be wise to check to see if your vehicle is one of those affected. Please fill out the form below so we can contact you as soon as we are able to take action.

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