The cleverly crafted shell-game that surrounded Volkswagen’s emission cheating saga has started to unravel as the first engineer to have been charged has pleaded guilty and is now working with fede
One piece of the Dieselgate affair lost in all the coverage of suits, settlements and demands for payments, has been one of the reasons that Volkswagen was determined to make a substantial investme
For some reason, Volkswagen has never been able to turn the corner in the United States. Every time it has tried to succeed in this market, its efforts have seemingly been doomed to failure.
It is another day for Volkswagen, and the hits just keep on coming!
Okay, now, here’s a small test: Do you know what the Skoda company manufactures or has manufactured? Take a few minutes and think about it, please.
The Dieselgate scandal continues to have more twists than an anaconda with its dinner.
Although it is the more expensive option, Volkswagen may be happy that more than 200,000 consumers affected by the Dieselgate scandal are opting for the cash buyback and not a fix.
Another vehicle was spotted in the wilds of Germany recently making a run for it – at the Nurburgring, of course, where else? It was a Volkswagen, and it may be the next CC.
Although it probably won’t come as news to anyone who has followed cars or a car brand longer than five minutes or so, there are many interesting vehicles overseas that never make it here to the go
So, why do you think Volkswagen is cutting back on production a bit? The cuts are coming in the highly popular Golf line, the automaker’s biggest-seller in Europe.
Several months ago, the name Robert Bosch surfaced in news reports about Volkswagen’s ongoing self-inflicted diesel-emissions scandal.
What is it with Volkswagen and software?
Investigators for the Department of Justice (DOJ), looking into the circumstances surrounding Volkswagen's admission of long-term cheating on diesel emissions tests, have found evidence of criminal
Volkswagen could be facing record fines and penalties as the automaker and Justice Department have renewed talks aimed at settling the criminal phase of Dieselgate, the automaker's self-inflected d
Although the news has been full of stories about the Volkswagen emissions scandal and proposed settlements, one thing has been noticeably absent, a fix.
For most folks, the Pokemon Go craziness goes on; it seems 24 by 7, everywhere. Everywhere, that is, unless you happen to work for Volkswagen, where it is Pokemon No-Go.
As the class-action phase of the Dieselgate scandal begins to wind down in San Francisco, lawyers have started lining up to get their piece of what could have been an incredibly lucrative pie.
With the recent announcement of the proposed settlement of the Dieselgate emissions scandal, special interests have begun to line up on all sides of the environmental remediation plan to which Volk
Just when it looked as if Volkswagen was clearing up some of its legal problems, another set of challenges has appeared on the scene.
Until the Dieselgate scandal broke last September, one of the keystones on which Volkswagen had based its future direction in the U.S.
For VW, Dieselgate Settlement Seems To Be A Never-Ending Story As New Reports Appear Of The Scandal’s Depth
With the proposed VW class action suit settlement working its way toward a final agreement on Oct.
The class-action settlement agreement proposes using what is essentially the wholesale value of the vehicle at the time of sale, rather than the retail value.
This week, U.S. District Court Judge Charles Breyer at a hearing in San Fransisco, CA gave the preliminary approval of the settlement.
With the recent settlement, you might think the German automaker would reapply for certification on their diesel vehicles. But you would be wrong.