Daimler recalls more cars over emissions cheating: Report

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Jun 24, 2019-

BERLIN: German auto giant Daimler has been ordered to recall a further 60,000 diesel cars believed to have been equipped with emissions-cheating software, the mass-circulation daily Bild reported on Saturday. The German Federal Motor Transport Authority or KBA already ordered Daimler last year to recall 700,000 diesel vehicles worldwide, including 280,000 in Germany, because of software that lowered the amount of dangerous particles their engines emitted during testing. That recall—which Daimler is appealing—covered a range of different models, including its Vito, C-Class, V-Class and GLC cars. (AFP)

Published: 24-06-2019 09:33

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