German giant Volkswagen is all set to recall more than 33,000 vehicles in China. It was after the Chinese General Administration of Quality Supervision finding faulty drain valves in the vehicles, which the German car manufacturer decided recalling them. The models were all reportedly manufactured between December 2014 and November 2017. The recalling process will begin from April 30 onwards. Volkswagen officials are yet to comment on the issue.
This is not the first time, which Volkswagen is recalling the cars in China. Earlier in February, the join subsidiary of Volkswagen and Chinese manufacturer First Automobile Works, decided recalling 430K+ vehicles. Back in September 2017, the company had recalled close to 1.8M cars in China over problems found in fuel pump control units.