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California Air Resources Board Rejects Volkswagen Recall Plan

CARB rejected Volkswagen's recall plan because it contained gaps and lacked sufficient detail. The agency said Volkswagen’s descriptions of proposed repairs lacked enough information for a technical evaluation and did not adequately address overall impacts on vehicle performance, emissions and safety.

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Volkswagen Suffers 24.7% Drop in Unit Sales

The effects of Volkswagen’s diesel engine scandal are beginning to sink in, with the automaker reporting a 24.72% drop in November sales.

Far From Over

Volkswagen will find a way to recover from its historic deception, but dealers will still be forced to cope with the fallout.

VW Apologizes, Promises Imminent Diesel Fix

The CEO of Volkswagen's North American operations offered a public apology to consumers and dealers during the Los Angeles Auto Show's press day. He said the company is on the verge of revealing its plan to fix the nearly 500,000 diesel vehicles sold in the United States with an emissions software cheat.

NADA Says New-Vehicle Sales to Reach 17.7 Million in 2016

In a joint press conference preceding the Los Angeles Auto Show, representatives from the NADA and J.D. Power spoke on the current state of auto retailing and delivered their 2016 new- and used-vehicle sales predictions.

Volkswagen Launches 'TDI Goodwill Program'

Volkswagen has launched a "TDI Goodwill Program" to offer compensation to owners of its diesel-powered vehicles.

Volkswagen Diesels Showing Higher Depreciation

According to the vehicle pricing firm, Volkswagen diesel models are already showing higher depreciation than their comparable gasoline-powered models.

Consumers Down on VW Brand, Diesel-Powered Vehicles, Survey Shows

Not only do more than half of consumers on Kelley Blue Book and Autotrader have "complete" or "general mistrust" of the Volkswagen brand in the wake of its emissions scandal, 30% of users of both sites are less likely to consider a diesel-powered vehicle.

Volkswagen Plans to Fix Emissions-Rigged Vehicles

Volkswagen AG plans to refit all 11 million vehicles involved in the emissions-rigging scandal. It also announced significant changes to its top leadership, while dealers await answers.

VW CEO Resigns Amid Emissions Scandal

Volkswagen's Martin Winterkorn has resigned from his post in the wake of the company's developing emissions scandal.