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The Renault logo is pictured on a Renault showroom, in Paris, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016. France's environment minister says Renault will recall 15,800 cars to update their emissions filters, saying the current filters were inadequate in warm weather. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

(Bloomberg) — Renault SA will recall 15,800 Captur SUVs to fix pollution-control systems and offer voluntary emissions-system updates for about 700,000 vehicles as the French carmaker seeks to avoid a Volkswagen AG-type crisis.

The recall begun last month will probably be limited to the 110-horsepower diesel version of the Captur small sport utility vehicle, the company said Tuesday. Production on the model began in July, and the problem was detected in September, at which point it was fixed, Renault executives said.

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