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  1. VW discloses origin of diesel deception: Meeting U.S. NOx rules was initially 'impossible'Read the original story

    Dec 10, 2015 | Automotive News

    Volkswagen said today that engineers installed illegal emissions software in 2.0-liter diesels sold in the U.S. after finding it initially "impossible" to meet tough U.S. limits on nitrogen oxide emissions legally. The disclosure, made early today by VW Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch in a press conference in Wolfsburg, Germany, marks the first time the company has explained the origins of the emissions crisis that has upended the company and prompted investigations by legal and regulatory authorities worldwide hundreds of U.S. lawsuits.

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  2. As Used Vehicle Depreciation Slows in November, Price Index RisesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2015 | The Auto Channel

    December 14, 2015: According to NADA Used Car Guide analysis, the month of November saw used vehicle prices firm up from October levels. Findings in their latest Guidelines report note wholesale prices of vehicles up to eight years in age depreciated slowly during the month, falling by 1.9 percent versus October's 2.7 percent decline.

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  3. VW Diesel Scandal: Fitch Affirms VW Loan/Lease ABS Ratings; Lease Outlook Revised to NegativeRead the original story

    Dec 11, 2015 | Business Wire

    The Outlooks on the four auto loan ABS transactions were affirmed at Stable. The Rating Outlooks for the one lease ABS transaction have been revised to Negative from Stable, as the result of the exposure to residual risk and potential for increase in residual losses under Fitch's assumed stressed scenarios.

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  4. VW backtracks on scope of CO2 issue: fewer cars believed affectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2015 | AutoWeek

    The issue involving some 800,000 Volkswagen Automotive Group vehicles suspected of emitting higher than expected CO2 levels took an unexpected turn this week, with the automaker announcing that a much smaller percentage of cars is actually affected. Earlier last month, VW announced that gasoline- and diesel-engined cars spanning several VW AG brands exhibited "inconsistencies" in the carbon dioxide emission levels, but that it was not an issue that would lead to a recall since there was nothing wrong with the engines per se.

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  5. VW's European Efficiency Issue: Only 'Slight Deviations' On 9 CarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2015 | GreenCarReports

    Volkswagen said two days ago that an issue involving potentially inaccurate reporting of carbon emissions in cars sold in Europe is "largely concluded." The problem--entirely separate from the ongoing diesel-emissions scandal--involved "irregularities" in carbon dioxide emissions levels in roughly 800,000 European-market vehicles, producing fuel-economy figures that were too high.

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  6. Long Island dealership takes in-depth look at 2016 Volkswagen Jetta vs 2016 Honda CivicRead the original story

    Dec 11, 2015 | Sys-Con Media

    Donaldsons Volkswagen, a dealership located on To assist new car buyers with the research necessary to choose a vehicle, the dealership has been adding model research pages to its website. The latest page takes a look at a comparison of two of the most popular compact sedans available: the 2016 Volkswagen Jetta vs 2016 Honda Civic .

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  7. 'Tolerance for breaking the rules' led to scandal, Volkswagen saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2015 | Seattle Times

    Hans Dieter Poetsch, left, chairman of Volkswagen's supervisory board, and Matthias Mueller, chief executive of Volkswagen, discuss the engine-emissions scandal Thursday. Preliminary findings confirmed suspicion that the VW diesel-cheating scandal occurred because the company's ambitions in the U.S. collided with air-quality rules that were, and still are, more stringent than Europe's.

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  8. VW says emissions cheating was not a one-time errorRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2015 | Sydney Morning Herald

    The chairman of Volkswagen said Thursday that the decision by employees to cheat on emissions tests was made more than a decade ago, after they realised they could not meet United States clean air standards legally. Hans-Dieter Potsch, the chairman of Volkswagen's supervisory board, said the cheating took place in a climate of lax ethical standards.

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  9. 1. VW discloses origin of diesel deception: Meeting U.S. NOx rules was initially 'impossible'Read the original story

    Dec 10, 2015 | Automotive News

    Volkswagen said today that engineers installed illegal emissions software in 2.0-liter diesels sold in the U.S. after finding it initially "impossible" to meet tough U.S. limits on nitrogen oxide emissions legally. The disclosure, made early today by VW Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch in a press conference in Wolfsburg, Germany, marks the first time the company has explained the origins of the emissions crisis that has upended the company and prompted investigations by legal and regulatory authorities worldwide hundreds of U.S. lawsuits.

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  10. VW admits 'chain of mistakes' on dieselsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2015 | HeraldNet

    ... could be entitled to any increased cost of fuel from lowered MPG The affected cars include the 2009 to 2015 Volkswagen Jetta TDI, 2009 to 2014 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen TDI, 2012 to 2015 Volkswagen Beetle TDI, 2013 to 2015 Volkswagen Beetle ...

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  11. Volkswagen emissions cheating was not a one-time errorRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2015 | SFGate

    German carmaker Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller attends a press conference in Wolfsburg, on December 10, 2015. Executives from embattled car giant Volkswagen released findings of the internal probe into the scandal over pollution test-cheating software installed in 11 million diesel cars worldwide.

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  12. VW engineers reportedly began working on emissions cheat for U.S. market as early as 2005Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2015 | MLive.com

    A small group of engineers at Volkswagen set in motion a chain of mistakes that led to the biggest scandal in the German automaker's 78-year history, executives said Thursday. The Associated Press reports the company's top brass said Thursday that, as early as 2005, engineers began developing cheating software to meet U.S. diesel emissions tests.

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  13. VW found "slight CO2 deviations" on only 36,000 vehiclesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2015 | INAUTONEWS

    Volkswagen has announced its internal investigation had "largely concluded" and found carbon dioxide emissions irregularities on only about 36,000 vehicles, compared with its preliminary estimate of around 800,000. Europe's biggest motor manufacturer said its investigations found it had understated fuel consumption, and so carbon dioxide emissions, on only about 36,000 vehicles, compared with its preliminary estimate of around 800,000.

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  14. How to Get In on a Volkswagen Class-Action LawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2015 | Kiplinger Online

    If you own one of the affected car models, you may not need to sign up with a law firm to collect on a settlement. I own a Volkswagen Jetta TDI, a model implicated in the company's emissions cheating scandal, and I'd like to join a class-action lawsuit.

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  15. Scandal smaller than 1st thought emissions problem far smaller than suspectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2015 | Nashua Telegraph

    Volkswagen said Wednesday that a problem with carbon dioxide emissions is far smaller than initially suspected, with further checks finding "slight discrepancies" in only a few models and no evidence of illegal changes to fuel consumption and emissions figures. In a case that is separate from its scandal over cheating on U.S. emissions tests for the pollutant nitrogen oxide, Volkswagen said in November it had also found "unexplained inconsistencies" in the carbon dioxide emissions from up to 800,000 vehicles.

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  16. VW says false CO2 emissions data affects far fewer carsRead the original story

    Dec 9, 2015 | Automotive News

    Volkswagen Group said a probe into false CO2 emissions data and fuel usage affects far fewer vehicles than originally thought. The company and German authorities found slight deviations in nine model variants with an annual production of about 36,000 cars, "Following extensive internal investigations and measurement checks, it is now clear that almost all of these model variants do correspond to the CO2 figures originally determined," the statement said.

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  17. Volkswagen: CO2 emissions problem far smaller than suspectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2015 | San Jose Mercury News

    Volkswagen said Wednesday that a problem with carbon dioxide emissions is far smaller than initially suspected, with further checks finding "slight discrepancies" in only a few models and no evidence of illegal changes to fuel consumption and emissions figures. In a case that is separate from its scandal over cheating on U.S. emissions tests for the pollutant nitrogen oxide, Volkswagen said in November it had also found "unexplained inconsistencies" in the carbon dioxide emissions from up to 800,000 vehicles.

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  18. Volkswagen: Problem with CO2 Emissions Smaller than First ThoughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2015 | Chosun Ilbo

    German automaker Volkswagen announced Wednesday that a problem with carbon dioxide emissions is far smaller than initially suspected. In a case separate from the emissions cheating scandal, the company said that further checks found "slight discrepancies" in only a few models and no evidence of illegal changes to fuel consumption and emissions figures.

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  19. VW Group Recalls 323K Vehicles in IndiaRead the original story

    Dec 3, 2015 | American Society for Quality

    Volkswagen Group has announced a voluntary recall of 323,700 vehicles equipped with EA189 diesel engines in India. In a statement sent to IHS Automotive, the automotive group said the recall would include vehicles from the Volkswagen, Skoda, and Audi brands.

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  20. Volkswagen Nov sales in the US plunge by 25%Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2015 | Paul Tan's Automotive News

    Following the dieselgate scandal, Volkswagen's sales have plunged by almost 25% for the month of November, the Wall Street Journal reports. In September, the company stopped sales of its 2.0 litre diesel engines, followed by a halt in sales of its 3.0 litre diesel units in November - both of which contained the controversial "defeat devices."

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