Renault is recalling 15,800 Captur models to fix pollution-control systems and will offer voluntary emissions-system updates for about 700,000 vehicles as the automaker seeks to avoid a Volkswagen-type crisis. The recall will probably be limited to the 110-hp diesel version of the Captur subcompact crossover, the company said. Renault will also offer an engine software patch to owners of about 700,000 diesel vehicles to reduce NOx emissions. The engine adjustments will be available for vehicles with the latest Euro 6 generation of diesel engines, the automaker’s chief competitive officer, Thierry Bollore, told reporters in a briefing at Renault’s headquarters west of Paris.
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