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Parking Lot Owner Ticketed for Storing VW TDI Cars

It turns out finding somewhere to put 100,000 cars is harder than it seems.

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Arrested VW Exec Faces a Possible Life Sentence
The eleven felonies he's charged with could mean a maximum of 169 ye…
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VW Will Settle Criminal Charges for $4.3 Billion
The German automaker says it's close to reaching a deal with authori…
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VW Agrees to Fix, Buy Back Cheating 3.0-Liter TDIs
The vehicles affected include the Volkswagen Touareg, Audi Q7, and P…
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This TDI-Engined Smart Car Is Surprisingly Capable at the Drag Strip

With a 1.9-liter Volkswagen drivetrain, this little city car can put up some impressive quarter-mile times.

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Audi Will Reportedly Buy Back 25,000 Cheating TDI Vehicles in the U.S.

Audi SUVs equipped with the 3.0-liter TDI V6 can't be fixed to meet emissions regulations, so the automaker will have to buy them back.

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VW Might Get Away With Never Fixing its Emissions-Cheating TDIs

But that means Volkswagen will have to buy back every emissions-cheating diesel car it sold in the U.S.

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VW Engineer Pleads Guilty to Criminal Charges for TDI Emissions Cheat

James Robert Liang, 62, will face five years in prison and a $250,000 fine for his involvement in the diesel emissions cover-up.

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Predictably, Volkswagen Is Abandoning Diesels in the U.S.

The CEO of Volkswagen Group of America confirms the push for TDI cars is over.

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Even MORE Emissions-Cheating Software Reportedly Found in VW Diesels
U.S. authorities have reportedly discovered a previously-unknown piece of emissions test-thwarting software on 3.0-liter TDI diesel V6 …
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A Fix For Volkswagen's Older Cheating Diesels Is Still Months Away

VW still doesn't have a fix for emissions-cheating TDIs made from 2009 to 2014.

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VW, CARB Test a Way to Make Cheating TDIs 80 to 90 Percent Compliant

Apparently there's no way to make Volkswagen's emissions-cheating diesel engines 100-percent compliant.

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IT'S OFFICIAL: VW Will Spend $14.7 Billion to Settle U.S. Diesel Cheating

Volkswagen will spend $10 billion on affected car buybacks, $4.7 billion to "mitigate pollution" in the TDI emissions settlement.

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Lawsuit Accuses High-Level VW Execs of Being Aware of Emissions Cheating

VW has maintained the cheating was the work of a small group of engineers. A new lawsuit threatens to blow that up completely.

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VW's Cheating Diesels Won't Be U.S.-Emissions Compliant After Recall Fix

If you bought your TDI-powered Volkswagen for environmental reasons, suddenly a buyback is even more appealing.

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Germany Wants to Fine VW Based on Illicit "Clean Diesel" Profits

The German government says Volkswagen enjoyed an unfair market advantage by selling TDI cars that cheated on emissions.

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VW Will Pay California an Additional $86 Million in Diesel Cheating Fines

The California fine is in addition to the $14.7 billion settlement between the automaker and the U.S. government.

<p>Your relatives may argue that the government is making an example out of Volkswagen, and that all the automakers are probably just as guilty. That's possibly true. But also consider that perhaps VW did what it did because the government regulations are too stifling for a diesel car to exist and remain competitive with its non-diesel brethren. Perhaps this was the work of a small group of rogue engineers, and that their actions should not represent the company at large.</p>
Germany Won't Fine Volkswagen for Emissions-Cheating TDIs

VW will have to fix its diesel vehicles to meet European emissions regulations, but the automaker won't pay a fine for cheating.

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VW Emissions Cheat Was an "Open Secret" For Seven Years, Says Volvo Exec

"I have known that for seven years," Volvo's Kent Falck said of Volkswagen's TDI diesel emissions cheating software.

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VW Will Reportedly Pay $10.2 Billion in U.S. Diesel Emissions Settlements

Each affected U.S. Volkswagen TDI owner could get up to $7000 in compensation from the automaker, says a report.

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VW's TDI Solution Could Involve $10 Billion and a Fix That Never Happens
A source says Volkswagen will pay $6.5 billion to affected car owners, and $3.5 billion to the government, but the cars may never be fi…
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Fix for Cheating VW TDI V6 Could Involve a New Catalytic Converter

The 3.0-liter TDI V6 found in Audi, Volkswagen and Porsche vehicles could finally get an emissions fix.

<p>Your relatives may argue that the government is making an example out of Volkswagen, and that all the automakers are probably just as guilty. That's possibly true. But also consider that perhaps VW did what it did because the government regulations are too stifling for a diesel car to exist and remain competitive with its non-diesel brethren. Perhaps this was the work of a small group of rogue engineers, and that their actions should not represent the company at large.</p>
VW Agrees to Buy Back U.S. Diesel Vehicles Affected by TDI Emissions Cheat
Volkswagen will also establish two compensation funds: One to reimburse car owners, one to address excess emissions and "promote green …
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VW Will Agree to Buy Back U.S. Emissions-Cheating TDIs, Says Report

Does Volkswagen finally have a solution for its many U.S. TDI customers?

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A VW Dealer Is Making a Documentary About the TDI Emissions Cheating Scandal

The film is tentatively titled Backfire: The Volkswagen Fraud of the Century

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VW's European Recall for Cheating Diesels Reportedly Hurts Fuel Economy

The recall has been delayed while VW and German authorities investigate.

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Now Mercedes Is Being Sued Over Alleged Emissions-Cheating Diesels
It's a bit different from the Volkswagen TDI situation, though.

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Volkswagen May Buy Back More than 100,000 Diesel Cars in the U.S.

Unable to come up with another acceptable solution, this may be its only option.