diesel emissions

Why Diesel Is Done For in Passenger Cars

After VW's diesel emissions scandal, European cities are moving to ban diesel passenger cars. It's the beginning of the end.

Shady Car Flippers are Flocking to VW TDI Buyback
People are buying up cheating diesel Volkswagens in bulk to profit o…
VW Agrees to $1.2 Billion 3.0-Liter Diesel Payment
But that number could skyrocket to more than $4 billion if a propose…
Arrested VW Exec Faces a Possible Life Sentence
The eleven felonies he's charged with could mean a maximum of 169 ye…
EPA Accuses FCA of Using Diesel Cheating Software
The agency claims 104,000 diesel-powered Jeep Grand Cherokee and Ram…
VW Pleads Guilty in U.S. Diesel Cheating, Will Pay $4.3 Billion Fine

The automaker pleads guilty to US criminal charges and gets slapped with a hefty fine.

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Volkswagen Will Likely Spend $4.3 Billion to Make U.S. Criminal Charges Go Away

The German automaker says it's close to reaching a deal with authorities.

California Now Mandating EVs from Volkswagen

The Sacramento strong-arm.

VW's 3.0-Liter Diesel Settlement Likely Means $200 Million in Additional Fines

Volkswagen has reportedly agreed to the deal and is expected to finalize it either today or tomorrow.

Volkswagen Reaches Agreement to Fix Most Cheating 3.0-Liter V6 Diesels

But it will still have to buy back some of the affected cars.

U.S. Judge Approves Volkswagen's $10 Billion Buyback Settlement

VW diesel owners are inching closer to compensation.

Europe's Emissions Crisis Is Causing a Return to Bigger Engines

Tiny engines do great in lab testing, but pollute more in real-world driving. The solution, it seems, is more displacement.

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German Transport Minister Calls Internal Combustion Ban "Utter Nonsense"
Over the weekend, the German government proposed banning internal combustion vehicles by 2030. The nation's transport boss isn't buying…
German Government Votes to Ban Internal Combustion Engines by 2030

The German Bundesrat has voted to ban new gasoline- or diesel-powered vehicles from EU roads starting in 2030.

Volkswagen Can't Sell Any 2017 Diesels in the U.S.

And the automaker might never be able to sell diesels in America again.

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Volkswagen Believes It Can Settle Its Diesel Scandal By the End of 2016

At least, the federal court part. Fixing all those emissions-cheating TDI vehicles will take a whole lot longer.

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.

VW May Have Conspired with Outside Company to Cheat Emissions

Lawyers claim Bosch was a key player in the development of Volkswagen's emissions-cheating software.

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.

VW's Diesel Scandal Is Keeping You from Buying Cool Diesel BMWs, Too

If you wanted a diesel BMW but can't buy it yet, you can thank Volkswagen for that.

California Rejects Volkswagen's Proposed Fix for 3.0-Liter Diesels

The California Air Resources Board says the plan to recall the affected vehicles is insufficient.

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.

<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.

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.

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.

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…
Volkswagen Approved to Repair 1.1 Million More Dirty TDIs in Europe

Germany's environmental regulators have approved Volkswagen's repair of another million diesel cars equipped with cheating software.

The Facts Behind Every Major Automaker Emissions Cheating Scandal Since VW

Volkswagen's diesel emissions cheating scandal increased the scrutiny on every automaker. There's a lot of shady stuff going on.