Volkswagen has to stop its new Golf and GTI selling
According to the Volkswagen’s report, the carmaker has stopped selling of its GTI and Golf models in Canada and the U.S. About 800 cars have been already sold. The auto manufacturer explained it by a mistake, which was made in the assembly process that may cause the steering problems.
The mistake is in front stabilizer links that are installed with a small torque. This problem may effect on the steering wheel, which will be difficulty turned and as a result to cause an accident.
This problem is related to over 2,000 cars in the U.S. and about 446 cars in Canada. Also there are 705 vehicles in the dealer rooms of both countries.
Because of this problem, the carmaker plans to announce a recall of all sold cars.
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