My 2010 Volkswagen Golf Plus has had the emissions fix - should I keep or sell it to avoid future issues?

I have a 2010 Volkswagen Golf Plus 1.6 turbodiesel which had its emissions 'fix' done at 43,000 miles. Is it better to get rid of it or should I just wait and see if the DPF lasts for a couple more years?

Asked on 7 July 2017 by Cecil

Answered by Honest John
If it's running fine then it may continue to do so. Best to run it on Superdiesel through. The first thing that could fail to fail is the EGR, signified by the glowplug light on the dash and the car going into limp home mode.
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