Audi Recalls 330,000 Vehicles in Germany

By Markus Klausen Features Dow Jones Newswires

Luxury car maker Audi AG (NSU.XE) said Wednesday it is recalling 330,000 diesel vehicles in Germany due to a potential heater problem that could result in fires.

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The problem relates to an electrical connection for the vehicles' auxiliary heater, a spokesman said. The models affected are the A4, A5, A5 cabriolet and Q5 produced between April 2011 and May 2015.

Audi is a luxury car unit of Volkswagen AG (VOW.XE).

Write to Markus Klausen at markus.klausen@wsj.com

Luxury car maker Audi AG (NSU.XE) said Wednesday it is recalling 330,000 diesel vehicles in Germany due to a potential heater problem that could result in fires.

The problem relates to an electrical connection for the vehicles' auxiliary heater, a spokesman said. The models affected are the A4, A5, A5 cabriolet and Q5 produced between April 2011 and May 2015.

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Audi is a luxury car unit of Volkswagen AG (VOW.XE).

Write to Markus Klausen at markus.klausen@wsj.com

Volkswagen AG's (VOW.XE) luxury car maker Audi AG (NSU.XE) is recalling 875,000 vehicles in Europe due to a potential heater problem that could result in fires, the car maker said late Wednesday.

Of the total, Audi is recalling 330,000 vehicles in Germany, the company had said earlier on Wednesday.

The problem relates to an electrical connection for the vehicles' auxiliary heater, a spokesman said.

The vehicles affected are A4, A5, A5 cabriolet and Q5 models produced between April 2011 and May 2015.

Write to Markus Klausen at markus.klausen@wsj.com

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December 21, 2017 02:55 ET (07:55 GMT)