Volkswagen on Wednesday issued a letter to all its dealer to hold the deliveries and sales of its popular hatchback Polo with immediate effect and has also instructed them to wait for further instruction from Volkswagen on the same. The temporary stay came into effect after the company spotted some technical issue with Polo.

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In a letter sent to all the dealers in India signed by two senior Volkswagen officials Ashish Gupta, Head of After Sales-Operations and Pankaj Sharma, Head of Sales Operations, read;

“We request, not to physically deliver any Polo vehicle (all variants) with immediate effect till further notice from VW.”

Although the number of cars affected by the issue is limited to a batch over a certain period of time. There is not much information about what technical issue the car has and how many cars affected by the issue are already on-road and how Volkswagen will fix the issue on them.

 
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