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April 21, 2016. By Lucy Campbell.
Santa Clara, CA: Volkswagen has agreed to either fix or buy back some 500,000 VW and Audi diesel vehicles in the US equipped with illegal emissions software designed to hide nitrogen oxide emissions. This announcement follows the September 2015 recall of around the same number of vehicles.Read [ VW Agrees to Buy Back or Fix 500,000 US Diesel Vehicles ]
April 8, 2016. By Lucy Campbell.
Santa Clara, CA: Volkwagen AG (VW) is facing yet another class action over the alleged Volkwagen defeat device false emissions ratings, or so-called “Dieselgate”. The latest proposed class action was filed by a VW dealership in Chicago. To date over 500 class actions have been filed against the German automaker.Read [ VW Dealerships File Consumer Fraud Class Action ]
December 19, 2015. By Jane Mundy.
Los Angeles, CA: Car dealers have been hit hard by the Volkswagen emissions debacle. They have lost business on several levels and they have lost their customers’ trust. But lawyers say they do have legal recourse. Consumers have already filed claims and dealers too can file a Volkswagen Lawsuit.Read [ VW Car Dealerships Hurting This Holiday Season Sue Volkswagen Group ]
September 29, 2015. By Brenda Craig.
Read [ Car Sellers in Class Action against VW Germany ]
Los Angeles, CAVW diesel owners were stunned to learn last week that their vehicles don’t meet federal emission standards. VW and independent dealerships are now stuck with millions of dollars of inventory they can’t legally sell. Like individual VW owners, dealers are now filing their own lawsuits against the company that sold them container loads of defective cars.
September 22, 2015. By Lucy Campbell.
Read [ Volkswagen Facing Nationwide Lawsuit Over Environmental Emissions Deception ]
Seattle, WA Further to Volkswagen’s admission that it deliberately skirted environmental regulations in its 2009-2015 model year vehicles, and a subsequent recall demanded by the US government to fix the software issues in these cars, a nationwide class action lawsuit has been filed against the automaker.