Date: 3 months ago   Category: Auto

BMW recalls more than 320 thousand diesel cars in Europe


Response concerns cars with the 3rd on the 7th series and X3-X6 SUVs. He is voluntary. The German car maker BMW AG recalls from the European market about 324 thousand cars with diesel engines because of possible malfunction of the module of recirculation of exhaust gases. As it is reported in the press release of the company, in rare instances malfunction can lead to ignition. A response is voluntary. A response concerns cars with the 3rd on the 7th series and the X3-X6 SUVs with four-cylinder diesel engines made from April, 2015 to September and the cars with six-cylinder engines released from July, 2012 to June, 2015. Before BMW has announced record sales in June which have for the first time exceeded a mark of 200 thousand cars in a month. Growth was 4% in comparison with the same month the previous year. Sales for half a year have made 1 million 242,5 thousand vtomobily. Also it became known that BMW will spend one billion euros for construction of the plant in Hungary. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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