Volkswagen ID.4 Electric Vehicle Recall for Software Issue

Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. will recall 79,953 electric SUV vehicles due to a potentially deadly crash hazard discovered in its 2021, 2022, and 2023 Volkswagen ID.4 models. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports there is a software glitch in these vehicles. The issue could prevent the vehicle from displaying the speedometer information and or the rearview camera images. … Read More

Is Your Volkswagen Tiguan SUV a Winner or a Lemon?

Owners of the Volkswagen Tiguan have been complaining to federal safety officials over the years about acceleration issues with the family-sized SUV, but does the vehicle qualify as a lemon? “When pressing the gas through an intersection, the vehicle seems starved for gas and does not accelerate and almost stalls,” the owner of a 2023 Tiguan from Chicago, IL recently … Read More

Engine Failure Risk in Volkswagen, Audi Brands Leads to Recall 74K Vehicles

A recall for 74,067 vehicles by Volkswagen Group of America involves engine failure that could lead to a collision in both the Audi and Volkswagen brands. Specifically, the vehicles affected are the 2021-2023 Audi Q5 and Q5 Sportback and 2022-2023 Volkswagen Atlas and Atlas Cross Sport. The automaker is concerned that if there is an engine failure, these vehicles could … Read More

Volkswagen Recalls 679,000 Golf, GTI, SportWagen, Beetle and Jettas

Volkswagens at Risk of Unintended Rolling Away after Key Taken Out Volkswagen announced in August that it is recalling some 679,000 U.S. vehicles due to an electrical issue that could cause the car to roll away. The vehicles, which have been sold between 2011 and 2019, are at risk of rolling away after a driver removes the key after stopping … Read More