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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.

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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.

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CARB, EPA reject VW's offer as too vague and incomplete.

In the ongoing attempt to fix the mess it created, VW has submitted a fix for the 3.0-liter diesels to regulators. They don't like what they see.

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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.

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Suspicious pieces of metal found by construction workers led to search.

So many bombs were dropped on Germany during WWII that finding unexploded ones near the VW plant isn't unusual.

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The study shows "huge variation" in the Tesla purchasing experience.

Infiniti, Lexus, and Mercedes-Benz took the top spots in Pied Piper's tenth annual Prospect Satisfaction Index, while other prominent brands struggled.

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Volkswagen could help out Panasonic's battery production expansion.

Panasonic looks to double automotive battery revenue within three years thanks to demand from Tesla and VW.

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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.

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Volkswagen will pay $86 million in civil penalties to the state of California for its cars that cheated emissions.

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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.

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Automaker teams with LG to rethink the car radio.

The two companies will develop new technology that will allow drivers to monitor their home automation systems.

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Sorry to crush your dreams of riches.

VW's lawyers have naturally put in a clause that will prevent anyone from buying a known dirty TDI from getting the full buyout amount from the OEM.

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You've got Qs, we've got As.

The $15 billion settlement in the VW diesel scandal has a lot of ins and outs. Here's a simple explanation of what's happening.

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Green-vehicle emphasis, co-investment puts China at the top of VW's factory list.

Volkswagen may be planning a giant battery-making factory in China, as the automaker looks to expand plug-in fleet.

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Customer buy back is one option, as is fixing the dirty cars. But VW has yet to show it can fix them.

The EPA and VW announced a settlement in the diesel scandal that could cost the company almost $15 billion.

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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.

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VW's simple statement says, 'Jetta Hybrid no longer available.'

Despite a new focus on electric vehicles, Volkswagen's single U.S. hybrid offering is being killed off.

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