BEIJING: Singapore has suspended sales of Volkswagen diesel vehicles, adding to the German automaker's woes in the wake of an emissions cheating scandal.
Earlier Monday, Volkswagen said it was recalling 1,950 diesel vehicles in China to correct engine software that the company admits cheated on emissions tests.
Data from the company's Singapore office said that cheating software was found on 650 Singapore-registered vehicles.
The recall in China applies to 1,946 Tiguan sport utility vehicles and four Passat B6 sedans, all of them imported.
Diesel cars are generally not very popular in China, although Volkswagen is one of the best-selling brands in the country.
India should put on hold for sales of vw diesel cars in India
VW Diesel Car emissions may be far below Standards of India where open defecation is the standard.
Modi Govt got their hafta for 3years.
when will it happen in India
Send it to India for sale.Indians will buy it
Even China, a country we dismiss as one which does n't bother about quality, has awaken to the threat. But In India we seldom hear of recalls for this reason.
When are they going to do that in India?
between profit & ethics
Volkswagon scandal exposes the only profit making approach of multinational companies. They hardly cares for health or environment.
One scandal - east or west its reflecting - Australia , India china and nextt...?
Bad time for VW.
where is it heading too