VW Group Emissions Checker
Giving you the right information about your car
VW Group Emissions Checker
In light of the current information floating around the internet and in the newspapers, we thought we’d give you the right advice, direct from VW Group.
With all the information currently floating around the internet and all the things being reported in the newspapers, we thought we’d give our customers some accurate information, and a checking service so you can see exactly where you stand, and what needs to be done should your car be affected.
Below you will find links to all four of the VW Group brands supplied by Griffin. You will be able to enter in your chassis number, (which can be found in the windscreen box on the passenger side of your windscreen, or on your V5c or VX302), and this service will tell you if your car is affected.
If your car is affected the pages will also tell you what you need to do, as well as giving you the ability to give the manufacturer your up to date details. Please make sure you use the correct VW Group link for your car.
Currently rectification works are due to start in January 2016. In the meantime VW Group are actively working to make sure what rectification work is needed, and how it will affect cars going forward.
Also, to avoid any confusion, the DVLA Swansea have confirmed that Road Fund License (RFL) will be not be affected by this issue, mainly because RFL is based around the CO2 emissions of a cars engine, not the NOx emissions. It is the NOx emission that is currently under question, not CO2. There is also a link at the bottom of this page giving up to date details from the DVLA.
We hope you find the below information of help. VW Group brands will also be writing to every customer affected over the coming months to give you details of what to do if your car is affected.
We would also like to add that we believe the residual value of your VW Group car will not be seriously affected by this issue. We believe that whilst this is undoubtedly a serious issue, the fundamental quality and desirability of your VW Group car will not be affected over the medium to long term. The VW Group product is still, at its heart, an outstandingly good product, and the normal build process is still superior to many other manufacturers. It will still remain an aspirational purchase for most, and as such will still continue to command a superior residual. While this is only our view, we think we know what we are talking about given our 21 years in the industry.
Please click the Skoda logo to access the Skoda Checker
Please click the Audi logo to access the Audi Checker
Please click the SEAT logo to access the SEAT Checker
Please click the VW logo to access the VW Checker
Official announcement from the DVLA Swansea
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to give us a call, but the above links should give you all the details you will need going forward