VW says recalls 60,000 Touaregs


FRANKFURT, May 25 (Reuters) - German mass automaker Volkswagen AG said on Tuesday it was recalling 60,000 of its luxury four-by-four Touareg cars to check potential safety belt problems. Porsche said earlier it was recalling 40,848 Cayenne sports utility vehicles because of the same problem. The Cayenne and the Touareg are built on the same platform. VW shares increased losses to trade down over two percent.

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