UPDATE: A6 and A7 3.0 TDI Euro 5 affected
The German Federal Motor Transport Authority announced on February 21.02.2020, 6 that the A7 and A3.0 with the XNUMX TDI engine were also affected by the exhaust gas scandal.
The law firm Gabler & Hendel wins further victories against Audi AG in the A6 3.0 TDI EURO 5.
The district court of Ingolstadt recently co-sentenced Judgment of December 07.12.2020th, 61 (Ref .: 1627 O 20/XNUMX) and the regional court of Regensburg Judgment of December 26.02.2021th, 34 (Ref .: 1009 O 20/XNUMX) Audi AG for compensation for affected A6 3.0 TDI EURO 5.
The courts again found that Audi had harmed the buyer in an immoral manner. The Regional Court of Regensburg stated in its judgment:
"The prerequisites of §§ 826, 31 BGB exist, since the entrepreneurial decision made by the defendant that the one with a impermissible defeat device engine equipped with so-called switching logic is installed in the disputed vehicle and this is then placed on the market, immoral was. The date of first registration in 2013 should be used as a basis. The plaintiff incurred causal damage in 2016 in the form of the conclusion of an unwanted purchase contract for the vehicle at issue, as well as further pecuniary damage in the amount of € 4.405,99. The The defendant was also acting deliberately at the time of its decision regarding the occurrence of the damage, the causality of the own behavior for the occurrence of the damage and the circumstances justifying the immorality of the behavior. "
As the KBA announced on February 21.02.2020, 21523, 6 Audi A7 and Audi A2010 in Germany are affected by the recall. In the years of construction 2015 to XNUMX, illegal shutdown devices were installed to deceive the emission control systems.
If you also have such an A6 or A7, you should assert your claims quickly. You are welcome to send us your data. We will check your case free of charge and without obligation.
The KBA is now calling back other Audi A6s and Audi A7s with the recall code 23BX. This recall concerns the years 2011-2014. The Federal Motor Transport Authority is silent on the exact designation of the models. Due to the years of construction and the number of units, however, it is likely to be the so-called "Clean Diesel" models.
Do you also have such an A6 or A7? Then you should have your claims checked.