German Automaker Recalls Golf, Golf Sportwagen, Jetta and Tiguan SUVs
Volkswagen began a recall last week for 56,000 vehicles in the United States including its popular 2019 Jetta sedans.
The automaker discovered that the rear coil springs in these vehicles may break without any warning. If this happens, the driver may lose control of their vehicle and possibly crash. The problem was blamed on a parts manufacturer that reportedly used the wrong material or manufacturing process to make the springs.
The recall affects certain 2015 through 2019 models including the (2015-2019) Golf hatchbacks; (2017 through 2019) Golf Sportwagen; the 2019 Jetta sedan and (2018 and 2019) Tiguan SUVs.
Vehicles that suffer a broken spring may eventually end up with a damaged tire or become a road hazard, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. There are no reports of any injuries tied to this problem.
The Volkswagen dealerships will be assigned to replace faulty parts with new ones.
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