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Volkswagen Diesel Recall Lawsuits Help

Archive for September, 2015

Volkswagen may face billions in liability over ‘Dieselgate’ recall

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

Volkswagen says that it has set aside about $7.3 billion—or about half a year’s profits—to cover the costs of fixing the recalled diesel vehicles, fines, and other costs related to the emissions software problem with its vehicles. Some of these funds will also likely be used to cover costs regarding the company’s legal liability to victims who purchased Volkswagen vehicles that do not pass emissions testing under real world driving conditions. (more…)

EPA orders Volkswagen to recall 500,000 ‘clean diesel’ vehicle in the U.S.

Thursday, September 24th, 2015

The EPA has announced that it will order Volkswagen to recall 500,000 diesel-powered vehicles sold by the company in the United States. Vehicles that will be included in the recall include 2009 to 2015 diesel-versions of Volkswagen’s Golf, Passat, Jetta, and Beetle cars, as well as the diesel version of the Audi A3. The company has already halted the sale of 2015 and 2016 cars with the diesel engines in the United States. (more…)

Volkswagen recalls 500,000 Audi and VW vehicles over emissions problems

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

Volkswagen diesel-powered cars—marketed to consumers as “clean diesels”—emit up to 40 times more pollutants than allowed by federal pollution standards because of software designed to intentionally fake emissions testing results, officials with the company have admitted. About 11 million Volkswagen cars worldwide—including more than 500,000 vehicles in the U.S.—were sold by the company with the deceptive emissions software. Experts have predicted that Volkswagen could face billions in fines from federal regulators as well as numerous class action lawsuits from vehicle owners in what some experts are calling one of the biggest cases of automotive fraud in recent history. (more…)