Volkswagen Won't Buy Back 3.0L V6 Diesels, Fix Coming Soon

Volkswagen is nearing a fix for its affected 3.0-liter V6 diesel engines.

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What Cars Should VW Diesel Owners Get With Their Buyback Cash?

Volkswagen’s diesel scandal may have a lot of people looking for a new ride soon, as the German automaker is potentially offering 500,000 TDI owners a full buyback.

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Volkswagen Won't Share Diesel Investigation Report Because It's Too Risky

Volkswagen has announced that it will no longer release an interim report of its diesel scandal investigation.

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New Data Suggests Most Diesel Cars Fail Real-World Emissions Tests

A scathing new study has been released suggesting that 97 percent of all modern diesel-powered cars fail to meet emissions standards when subjected to real-world testing.

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VW Earmarks $16.8B to Cover Diesel Scandal Costs

Volkswagen posted a €4.1 billion ($4.8 billion) operating loss in 2015 thanks to the €16.2 billion ($18.2 billion) the brand set aside to help deal with the diesel emissions scandal. 

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6 Things You Should Know About the VW Dieselgate Settlement

The first major step in resolving the massive VW dieselgate scandal has been taken.

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VW to Buy Back or Fix Cheating Diesels, Compensate Owners

Volkswagen has reached an agreement, in principal, with the United States government to fix 570,000 diesel-powered cars that are fitted with a defeat device. 

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Volkswagen Might Pay Each Diesel Customer $5,000 to Avoid a Lawsuit

Volkswagen will reportedly pay each customer affected by the diesel emissions scandal a $5,000 settlement as part of a deal reached with U.S. authorities.

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Audi Reportedly Developed Volkswagen's Dieselgate Software in 1999

Audi reportedly developed the defeat device Volkswagen used with its diesel engines to pass emissions tests.

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Mercedes Diesel Owners Suing Brand Over Alleged Defeat Device

A lawsuit has been filed in the U.S. over Mercedes-Benz’s alleged use of a defeat device on diesel cars that allows them to cheat on emissions tests. 

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How VW Needs to Fix Its Reputation: The Skinny With Craig Cole

Welcome to a new editorial segment called The Skinny, hosted by your favorite Craig Cole. We hope this will be a weekly feature where Craig sounds off (gives you the skinny, if you will) on the latest news from the auto industry or whatever else he has on his mind.

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Volkswagen Has a New Deadline for a Diesel Fix

Volkswagen and the EPA have until April 21 to reach a diesel emissions fix that will cover around 580,000 affected vehicles in the U.S.

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US Dealers Want VW to Pay Them to Cover Dieselgate Losses

Volkswagen dealerships in the U.S. are seeking reparations for financial damages as a result of the massive dieselgate scandal.

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Volkswagen Sued for $3.7B in Germany Over Dieselgate Scandal

Volkswagen is being sued for $3.7 billion by investors worldwide.

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Volkswagen Shares Continue to Fall as Investigations Intensify

Volkswagen shares in Europe are tumbling as the company faces increased pressure from its massive diesel scandal, and with the news that VW U.S. CEO Michael Horn just quit, the news will probably get worse.

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