German car maker Opel recalls 8,000 vehicles in Belgium
Monday, 17 June 2019
210,000 Corsa and Adam models made in 2018 and 2019 are being recalled by the German car manufacturer Opel because of excessive nitrogen oxide emissions, the Bild reported. In Belgium, more than 8,000 cars are recalled.
These models “highly” exceed the allowed nitrogen oxide values during road use. The recall operation concerns 210,000 cars including 54,000 in Germany.
Opel spokesperson said that 8,235 cars will be recalled in Belgium and Luxembourg.