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Volkswagen Diesel Recall Lawsuits Help

Archive for October, 2015

Used prices for Volkswagen, Audi diesel models plummet in the wake of Dieselgate recall announcement

Thursday, October 29th, 2015

Used sale prices for Volkswagen and Audi “TDI Clean Diesel” vehicles involved in the VW Dieselgate scandal have fallen considerably since the German automaker announced that it would recall these vehicles. The Kelley Blue Book and other used car pricing sources report that used prices for the Jetta TDI and other VW “clean diesel” vehicles have fallen precipitously in the wake of Volkswagen’s admissions that it lied to consumers about the performance and emissions levels of its so-called “Clean Diesel” vehicles. (more…)

Volkswagen emissions cheating may have significant environmental and health consequences, experts say

Wednesday, October 14th, 2015

Volkswagen’s recent announcement that it would recall millions of VW and Audi diesel-powered vehicles over an emissions cheating scandal may have repercussions beyond the effect on vehicle owners. Environmental experts say that the VW diesel scandal may also have significant consequences for the planet as well. (more…)

Volkswagen faces lawsuits over VW and Audi diesel emissions scandal

Friday, October 2nd, 2015

Last week, Volkswagen admitted that the company’s diesel-powered vehicles used software that was designed to hide the cars’ high pollution levels during emissions testing. After researchers discovered that Volkswagen’s so-called “clean diesel” engines emitted levels of nitrogen oxide that were 40 times the level allowed by U.S. environmental laws, the German-automaker was forced to admit under pressure from the EPA that the discrepancy between real world and laboratory pollution measurements was part of a fraudulent effort to conceal the poor performance of its diesel engines. (more…)