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Volkswagen US recalling over 170,000 Audi vehicles

Volkswagen AG's U.S. arm, Volkswagen Group of America Inc., will recall a total of 174,278 Audi AG vehicles to fix a component that may detach, according to a safety issue notice from the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

The recall covers certain 2018-2019 Audi SQ5 and 2018-2020 Audi Q5 vehicles, whose rear wheel arch cover trim may loosen and detach from the cars, increasing the risk of a crash.

Audi will start recalling the affected vehicles Nov. 1 to have dealers replace for free the four clips securing the forward part of the rear wheel arch trim.

The latest round of recall follows the recall of more than 400,000 Audis in the U.S. believed to have defective airbags.