Volkswagen gets German approval for technical fixes on 140,000 2.0-liter cars

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Volkswagen has got approval by Germany’s motor automobile authority Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt (KBA) for technical repairs on another 140,000 2.0-litre diesel automobiles with prohibited emissions control software, a representative stated.

The variety of Volkswagen automobiles cleared for repair work by the KBA from the start of the year has actually increased to about 5.2 million, the representative informed Reuters on Thursday.

Approval by Germany’s KBA is legitimate for nations throughout Europe, where 8.5 million diesel cars are impacted by Volkswagen emissions-test cheating scandal. About 11 million automobiles are linked worldwide, including 475,000 of them in the United States where the manipulations emerged in 2015 September.

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