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Shady Car Flippers are Flocking to VW TDI Buyback

People are buying up cheating diesel Volkswagens in bulk to profit on VW's buyback. Don't get taken for a ride.

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VW Agrees to $1.2 Billion 3.0-Liter Diesel Payment
But that number could skyrocket to more than $4 billion if a propose…
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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 Pleads Guilty in US, Will Pay $4.3 Billion Fine
The automaker pleads guilty to US criminal charges and gets slapped …
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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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California Now Mandating EVs from Volkswagen

The Sacramento strong-arm.

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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.

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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.

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

VW diesel owners are inching closer to compensation.

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EU Countries May Have Known About Diesel-Emissions Manipulation Before VW Scandal

Did a relaxed attitude on diesel emissions set the stage for VW's cheating? A new report suggests it did.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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's Fix for Some European-Market TDIs May Actually Make Emissions Worse

A European consumer advocacy group alleges that the emissions fix for the TDI-powered Audi Q5 increases NOx 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.

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