Audi: Latest News

All news where Audi is mentioned

Major vehicle recall in Sri Lanka over faulty airbags - newsfirst.lk - Japan - Sri Lanka
newsfirst.lk
62%
846
Major vehicle recall in Sri Lanka over faulty airbags
COLOMBO (News 1st); Three leading local car dealers have decided to recall a large number of vehicles over faulty airbags and for upgrades.The Commissioner General of the Department of Motor Traffic Nishantha Anurudhdha Weerasinghe told News 1st that discussions are underway with all other dealers to rectify the faulty airbag issue.Millions of vehicles ranging from a variety of makes and models across the world are being recalled due to faulty airbags made by a Japanese auto parts maker.The Commissioner General of the Department of Motor Traffic Nishantha Anurudhdha Weerasinghe told News 1st that vehicles that fall under the recall category are currently in use in Sri Lanka.He said that a special meeting will take place on Tuesday (14) with local car dealers to address the issue.It has now been confirmed that vehicles with defective airbags that can increase the risk of injury, fail to protect occupants, or cause a driver to crash have been sold across the world, and these include Sedans and SUBs.Although vehicles belonging to the relevant make and models have been recalled overseas to rectify the issue, in Sri Lanka, those vehicles continue to operate in the streets.The Commissioner General of the Department of Motor Traffic Nishantha Anurudhdha Weerasinghe said that local vehicle importers have decided to recall 47 vehicle models with faulty airbags to rectify the issue.These include the following:Honda: 33 Models from 9 vehicle types Mitsubishi: 8 Models from 3 vehicle types Toyota: 6 ModelsHowever, across the world, over 100 vehicle models have been recalled to rectify the airbag issue, and they include the following:Mazda: 7 vehicle categories Benz: 10 vehicle categories Mitsubishi: 6 vehicle categories Subaru: 5
Winter-like conditions return; 9-year-old shot and killed in Trenton; Man charged in Upper Darby shooting - fox29.com - county Brunswick - county Johnson - city Trenton - county Wood - county Mercer - county Kingsbury
fox29.com
72%
494
Winter-like conditions return; 9-year-old shot and killed in Trenton; Man charged in Upper Darby shooting
PHILADELPHIA - After weeks of above-average temperatures, conditions will feel more like winter Sunday and Monday. Sunday will begin sunny before clouds move in during the afternoon before breaking away towards the evening. Temperatures will be colder highs in the low 40s. Wind will continue to sweep through the area with 15 - 20 mph wind gusts Sunday and 20-25 mph wind gusts on Monday. Looking ahead, Monday's highs will see temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. Improvements will begin Tuesday with temperatures in the high 40s. By Thursday, spring-like conditions are back with temperatures in the high 60s and rain. TRENTON, N.J. - A nine-year-old girl has died after being shot in Trenton on Friday, authorities with the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office say. According to the prosecutor's office, the shooting happened around 7:30 p.m. in the Kingsbury Square area. Authorities say patrol units responded to the area for reports of a shooting and fights breaking out amongst a large group. When officers arrived on scene, they found a large crowd in a low-rise courtyard and the nine-year-old suffering from a gunshot wound, police say. According to authorities, the child was transported to Capital Health Regional Medical Center then the Robert Wood Johnson New Brunswick Hospital, where she was pronounced dead just before midnight. Lloyd A.
DMCA