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Diesels are 50 percent of the market in Europe, and most XC90s sold there are diesel.

Technology used in car manufacturing is wonderful, to a point.

Don't expect Raptor Lite, but do expect a very compelling package.

Diesels have been 1 percent of Mercedes' US sales, so perhaps seeking certification wasn't worth the hassle.

Another sport sedan! The fleet is looking good.

Buybacks total almost 238,000 so far.

Six months on, VW has made significant progress in buying back cars affected by the diesel emissions scandal.

Automakers would no longer pay emissions testers, could face massive fines.

Bill would authorize vehicle spot checks and fines.

Settlement also requires VW to offer at least three new EVs by 2020.

The settlement covers states including New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Washington, as well as some consumer claims.

About 12,000 are currently in dealer inventory.

It's a relatively small portion of affected cars, but it's a start.

And now the owners of the stadium where the cars are being held is in legal trouble.

Homes of Audi executives searched as well.

Investigators want to find out who is responsible for the diesel emissions cheat.

VW already agreed to pay $4.3 billion in fines in January

Volkswagen, whose diesel-emissions scandal broke in September 2015, pleads guilty in a US District Court to obstruction of justice and conspiracy.

Europeans get more powertrain choices than Americans.

Cruze Diesel is rated at 52 mpg highway in stick version, 37 mpg combined.

This year's Chevrolet Cruze Diesel boosts its highway fuel efficiency to 52 mpg in the stick version, or two mpg better than the Prius's highway mileage.

Truckers are witness to an endless stream of foolish, reckless, and dangerous road behavior. Despite this daily exposure to road-related idiocy, a trucker in Canada was shocked to see a cyclist dart across a busy freeway near Toronto on Monday.

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