People are buying up cheating diesel Volkswagens in bulk to profit on VW's buyback. Don't get taken for a ride.
The Sacramento strong-arm.
The judge on the case has weighed in.
Only nine million cars to go.
Volkswagen has reportedly agreed to the deal and is expected to finalize it either today or tomorrow.
But it will still have to buy back some of the affected cars.
VW diesel owners are inching closer to compensation.
Did a relaxed attitude on diesel emissions set the stage for VW's cheating? A new report suggests it did.
And the automaker might never be able to sell diesels in America again.
At least, the federal court part. Fixing all those emissions-cheating TDI vehicles will take a whole lot longer.
Lawyers claim Bosch was a key player in the development of Volkswagen's emissions-cheating software.
If you wanted a diesel BMW but can't buy it yet, you can thank Volkswagen for that.
The California Air Resources Board says the plan to recall the affected vehicles is insufficient.
The German government says Volkswagen enjoyed an unfair market advantage by selling TDI cars that cheated on emissions.
A European consumer advocacy group alleges that the emissions fix for the TDI-powered Audi Q5 increases NOx emissions.
The California fine is in addition to the $14.7 billion settlement between the automaker and the U.S. government.