Volkswagen emissions scandal: Which vans are affected?

With Volkswagen in the midst of a mass recall as a result of the EA189 diesel engine emissions scandal, the attention has now turned to its commercial vehicle line-up and the 79,838 vehicles affected by the so-called ‘cheat device’.

From January 2016, Volkswagen will recall some vans and pick-ups that use the EA189 diesel engines. This includes both 2.0 and 1.6-litre TDIs, but doesn't affect all models or those built before 2009.

Click through the gallery below to see if your van is one of those affected. 

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Volkswagen Amarok

Most Amaroks will not be affected by the emissions issue, despite the fact that most use the same EA189 diesel engine that's at the centre of the scandal. However, Volkswagen concedes that some models produced before 2012 might be affected. Owners can check by entering their VIN number via the Volkswagen check page on its website, found here.


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