Agreement in Principle reached in Volkswagen “Clean Diesel” Case

VW Diesel Emission Vehicles

San Francisco, Calif. – (April 21, 2016) – The MDL Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee leading the Volkswagen Emissions “Defeat Device” consumer class action is pleased to announce that they have reached an Agreement in Principle with Volkswagen regarding the claims of all 2.0 liter TDI owners and lessees. The agreement is an important first step in the effort to obtain full compensation for consumers and remediation of the environmental impact caused by excessive emissions.
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Volkswagen Given Another Month to Develop Proposal to Fix 600,000 Dirty Diesel U.S. Engines

Volkswagen Given Another Month to Develop Proposal to Fix 600,000 Dirty Diesel U.S. Engines

U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer is giving German automaker Volkswagen an additional month to cultivate a proposal to fix its diesel vehicles that violate U.S. emissions standards. The car manufacturer failed to meet the judge’s initial deadline of March 24 to come up with a solution to fix the 600,000 U.S. diesel-powered VW, Audi, and Porsche vehicles still on the road.

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