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A wrap-up of the latest news about the VW diesel scandal: New Jersey sues over fraud, VW delays its own report on the issue, and Audi preps for recalls.

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It's A Business Decision, He Says

Kenneth Feinberg has to wait for VW to have a diesel engine emissions fix before he can begin accepting compensation claims from owners. Once that process begins, he expects most people to accept his offer.

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Volkswagen will delay releasing its 2015 financial report because the company will need more time to figure out the true cost of its diesel emissions scandal.

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CARB Must Accept Plan Before Recall Could Start

VW has a recall plan for the 3.0-liter V6 diesel, but CARB and the EPA still need to test the solution before a recall could start.

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The spy photographers nabbed a Ford F-150 prototype with a clattery diesel engine. We expect it to debut soon to battle Ram's 1500 EcoDiesel.

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Mercedes-Benz might call its upcoming pickup the X-Class or Z-Class, and could be configured for everything from boulevard cruising to workhorse.

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In the wake of low gas prices and very strong demand for trucks and SUVs, Fiat-Chrysler is changing its five-year product plan after only a year.

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Autoline on Autoblog With John McElroy

No Germany, this is not economic warfare. Why Volkswagen's leader are doing a poor job of fixing the diesel scandal.

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Land Of Enchantment Not Enchanted By Diesel Cheat Device

New Mexico's Attorney General has sued VW, making that state the first to take the German automaker to court.

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Volkswagen's engine development engineers allegedly kept the company's diesel emissions defeat device an open secret in the department since 2006.

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EU Industry Commissioner: 'Consumers Should Be Treated In The Same Way As US Customers.'

Volkswagen is under attack by European legislators after refusing to expand its US compensation program to EU consumers.

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The French government is investigating models from Ford, Mercedes, and Renault for producing excessive emissions.

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South Korea has rejected Volkswagen's diesel recall plan and will proceed with criminal charges against the company and its local managing director.

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Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche says that Volkswagen's diesel emissions trickery couldn't have happened at Daimler.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger's silver Mercedes Unimog is for sale and ready to terminate any obstacle off-road.

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The US Won't, But Don't Blame Canada For That

The new C-Class wagon looks fantastic, but Mercedes is only gracing Canada with its presence in C300d 4Matic form.

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Or How An American-Powered Chinese Logging Truck Hauls The DPRK's Arsenal

​​Thanks to some fascinating research, we have some idea of how this behemoth dodged China's strict export restrictions and made the trip to North Korea.

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VW's CEO claimed the company didn't lie to US regulators, which was just one setback for the automaker during the week of the Detroit Auto Show.

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Three US attorneys general leading a 48-state investigation into the Volkswagen emissions scandal say the automaker is not cooperating by citing German privacy laws.

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Plan Includes Software Update And New Catalytic Converter

Porsche thinks that updated software and a new catalytic converter should be enough to make the diesel Cayenne emissions compliant, but the company has to wait for regulators to approve the repair plan.

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Tesla, BMW Were The Lone Bright Spots

Sales of hybrids, plug-ins and diesels all stalled last year as customers awaited new models, responded to lower gas prices.

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