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German supplier even had a code-word for the cheat device.

US consumers say Bosch informed VW that it wanted to be legally protected for making the emissions cheat device.

Diesel stop-sale is still a drag on the numbers.

If you only look at plug-ins, things actually look pretty good.

Mercedes-Benz, BMW may be among 23 the targets.

South Korean regulators will probe other diesel-vehicle importers for potential violations.

Our friend the internal-combustion engine may not be with us forever.

Electric cars, atomic cars, perpetual-motion cars, carts pulled by robot mules – someday, they may replace the good old internal-combustion engine.

Norway's leaders want to "encourage more environmentally friendly vehicles by using the carrot instead of stick."

A spokesman for Norway's Ministry of Transport has denied that the country is planning on banning gas and diesel vehicles by 2025, saying new technology would do the job (in the long term) rather than regulations.

We also now know what half-ton gas Titans will cost.

The Titan and Titan XD get pumped-up bumper-to-bumper warranty to match powertrain coverage.

VW should allow buybacks even after repair work, it argues.

CR also suggested consumers be allowed to take advantage of the buyback deal after dealers perform emissions work.

VW is also working on utility and economy-vehicle designs.

How do you say "forget everything you ever knew about diesels" in German?

VW might be hoping to cut its losses with the fixes, but it still faces the proposal of billions in buybacks.

The new approach gives VW an awful lot of wiggle room, but with good reason.

VW called the state's decision "regrettable."

You wouldn't think that Washington state would be harsher than California when it comes to VW's diesel scandal.

We don't know when they'll be coming, but apparently they're coming.

Germany says VW has to fix the cars but doesn't have to pay owners.

Some European regulators are unhappy that its diesel owners aren't getting paid by VW like the Americans are.

VW's diesel-emissions scandal is lengthening diesel-testing process.

Thanks to VW"s diesel scandal, US regulators are taking a closer look at what BMW is offering.

That $15B bill is probably going to grow.

VW "used the word restitution for the dealers for the first time," said Steve Kalafer, a New Jersey-based VW dealer.

Volkswagen told to compensate European diesel owners in addition to fixing their cars.

Consumer group Altroconsumo says VW's diesel fix didn't work on an Audi Q5, with NOx emissions actually rising.

VW also faces penalties in Germany and South Korea.

Volkswagen has had a stop-sale on US diesel vehicles since September, and reached a settlement with the EPA in June.

PSA loaded its cars with luggage, ran the A/C during tests.

PSA Peugeot Citroen's testing produces fuel economy figures that are about 40 percent below published levels.

German Ministry of Transport just requires that VW return cars "to a legally compliant condition."

There's anger in Germany as the Ministry of Transport announced that Volkswagen will not face any fines over its diesel emissions cheating scandal.

VW is looking to better meet stricter particulate-matter limits in Europe.

The filters VW uses for diesel vehicles would be added to turbocharged gas-powered cars next year.

This time, it's for failing to disclose the EPA's investigation to Germany's financial watchdog.

German prosecutors launched another investigation into whether Martin Winterkorn and an unnamed Volkswagen board member violated disclosure laws.

VW looks past its ongoing diesel emissions scandal and sees an electric future.

VW allegedly manipulated reports for 26 models.

Volkswagen may face charges for manipulating emissions and noise reports given to South Korean officials.

Audi division remains on the list, parent VW gets the boot

Tesla surges on Model 3 reservations, while Volkswagen falls on diesel scandal.

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