Volkswagen Diesel Scandal

New York And Massachusetts Attorney Generals Announce Lawsuit Against Volkswagen

US Approves Fix For Volkswagen Diesel Engines

Volkswagen will soon be able to repair some of its diesel cars so that the company can comply with United States vehicle emissions standards. more

Volkswagen Announces Further Steps In Emissions Scandal Resolution

Volkswagen AG To Buy Back Vehicles Involved In Emission Scandal; Car Owners Warned Against Stripping Cars To Be Returned [VIDEO]

Volkswagen AG will be buying back all vehicles sold that were found to violate the Clean Air Act, as stated in a notice that the company received from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The company will compensate 80,300 owners of the 3.0-liter vehicles involved in the emission scandal. The vehicles will be recalled and Volkswagen AG will be fixing the problem until 2018. more

2016's Biggest Automaker

Toyota Vs Volkswagen: Who Will Emerge As 2016's Biggest Carmaker?

Volkswagen and Toyota are undeniably the auto industry's two giants of mass production, and to prove it, they are now in an extremely tight duel to earn the distinction of being the biggest carmaker of 2016. According to Forbes, the latest data hsows that Toyota is trailing Volkswagen by a mere 9,000 units, which is well within the data's margin of error. more

Volkswagen e-Golf

Volkswagen News: Diesel Scandal Continues, $21 Million Invested In Electric Vehicles And Audi To Make A Comeback?

After being rocked by a diesel scandal, the biggest auto controversy of the year, carmaking giant Volksawagen is still struggling to cope with the aftereffects. In today's top Volkswagen stories, new TDI Audi models will be built in the U.S. but remain absent from U.S. markets, while Volkswagen believes that of its major brands Audi, Porsche and VW, there's only space for one diesel model to make a comeback. One bright spot for the company, however, is a $21 million investment it made to e-Golf vehicles, signaling a possible strategic shift. more

Emissions Falsification Scandal Rocks Volkswagen

Volkswagen TDI Over? No More Diesel Cars?

Volkswagen has been the center of negative media attention after being involved in the diesel emission cheating scandal. As a result, some of the company's TDI models might be ceased for good. more

Volkswagen Recalls Over 70,000 Jetta Sedans Over Wiring Problem

Volkswagen Diesel Scandal: Car Company Faces Criminal Charges?

The news about Volkswagen Diesel scandal has been online for quite a while but the readers may be shocked to know that the car company might face criminal charges. more

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