A ‘deal in principle’ has been reached between Volkswagen, the US government, and private lawyers to buy back some of the 600,000 cars affected by the emissions scandal. Owner compensation During Volkswagen car servicing, software that was originally developed by Audi, allowed certain models of car the ability to cheat emissions tests, making them appear […]
Monthly Archives: April 2016
Major German car brands in South Korea have retained immense popularity. Sales have soared for all the main German car brands in that country, including Mercedes, Audi, and BMW. This is a clear sign that the emissions scandal’s damaging effects have not had a significant impact on the South Korean market.
Throughout Scotland, Volkswagen dealership groups have reported that for the first time since the emissions scandal sales have soared. Demand for Volkswagen cars has gone up in the first signs that motorists are prepared to overlook the brand’s recent transgressions.
German carmaker Mercedes, a subsidiary of Volkswagen, has unveiled its decision to expand its AMG range of cars with ten brand new models. The news follows better-than-expected sales, despite its parent company currently battling the fallout of the recent emissions scandal.