VW India recall

NEW DELHI: German carmaker Volkswagen AG’s Indian unit is likely to recall 100,000 cars in the country impacted by the diesel emission scandal, television channel CNBC-TV18 reported on Thursday, citing sources. The recall in India, expected to happen before November 8, would mostly affect cars fitted with engines that have been imported and would also include 20,000 diesel vehicles made in the country, the television channel reported. This would impact Vento, Jetta and Passat sedan cars, Polo hatchback and Polo Cross crossover in India, said CNBC-TV18. The company is still investigating the matter and any decision on a recall is yet to be made, a Volkswagen India spokesman said.