Volkswagen India Asks Dealers Not to Deliver Polo Hatch


A strange move by Volkswagen India has surfaced as they have asked their dealers to stop delivering Polo hatchback to customers with immediate effect. As for now, no explanation have come from the manufacturer elaborating on the question ‘Why?’ but the company has kept deliveries of all the Polo variants on a halt, including both petrol and diesel trims.

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The manufacturer has sent a circular quoting “We request, not to deliver any Polo vehicle (All variants) with immediate effect till further notice from VW.” It is signed by two of VW’s Senior officials- Pankaj Sharma, Head of Sales Operation and Ashish Gupta, head of after sales. The letter addresses VW’s dealer partners and no other reason is mentioned for this decision.

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The emission controversy is currently surrounding Volkswagen and these conditions, this letter could lead people into thinking that it has something to do with the same incident.

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According to the report, Volkswagen has confirmed this development but has said that the basis of this decision will be explained later today. VW has also clarified that it has nothing to do with the emission test fooling software. They have also asserted that the EA189 engine and the software that had created major trouble for the company has nothing to do with this directive halting deliveries for  Polo vehicles.