Volkswagen has taken parking lots to a whole new level in the United States and will not be emptying them soon. Volkswagen AG has paid more than $7.4 billion to buy back about 350,000 U.S. diesel vehicles through mid-February, a recent court filing shows. The German automaker has been storing hundreds of thousands of vehicles around the United States for months.
It's part of a $4.3 billion settlement announced in January.
It seems there was a difference of opinions on how to handle the situation.
Certain VW Touareg, Porsche Cayenne, and Audi A6, A7, A8, Q5, and Q7 models are affected.
And a solution might be available for a majority of the vehicles.
Audi's emissions-cheating devices spread beyond its engines.
James Robert Liang is facing five years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
Things just keep getting worse for VW.
Stay vigilant and informed, VW TDI owners.
The cheats involved the Porsche Cayenne, Volkswagen Touareg, and Audi Q7 models.
CR also suggested consumers be allowed to take advantage of the buyback deal after dealers perform emissions work.
You wouldn't think that Washington state would be harsher than California when it comes to VW's diesel scandal.
Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal is forcing the company to suspend sales in South Korea for what could be months.
VW exec: "We have to accept that the high percentage of diesels that we had before will not come back again."
Volkswagen will pay $86 million in civil penalties to the state of California for its cars that cheated emissions.
There's anger in Germany as the Ministry of Transport announced that Volkswagen will not face any fines over its diesel emissions cheating scandal.