Audi Recalls 600,000 Defective Cars and SUVs

Audi Recalls 600,000 Defective Cars and SUVs

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Audi, the luxury brand of German auto maker Volkswagen, has just recalled nearly 600,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. because of two potentially deadly defects.

One recall involves 343,000 vehicles with a coolant pump that can become blocked with debris, overheat and cause a fire.

That recall involves the: Audi A5, model years 2013-2017; Audi A5 Cabriolet, model years 2013-2017; Audi Q5 SUVs, model years 2013-2017; Audi Allroad, model years 2013-2016; Audi A4, model years 2013-2016; and the Audi A6, model years 2012-2015.

The car maker also is recalling 234,000 Q5 SUVs, model years 2011-2017. Those SUVs have a defect in the sunroof drainage system that allows water to reach the side air bags causing them to rupture and send metal fragments into the vehicle.

Ross Feller Casey on behalf of individuals from across the nation is actively investigating lawsuits involving serious injuries caused by defects in Audi cars and SUVs.

If you or a loved one sustained serious injuries in one of the recalled Audi cars, you should contact one of our expert Audi lawsuit lawyers now for a free consultation.

To learn more, go to Audi Defect Lawsuits

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