By just-auto.com editorial team | 24 June 2004
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Volkswagen is to recall 33,000 Passat cars in Europe due to a possible fault with the cars' rear shock absorbers.
Passat models manufactured between August and November last year could be affected, a spokesman told Reuters.
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