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Volkswagen Won't Sell Any Diesel Cars In The U.S. For 2016 And 2017 Or Maybe Ever Again

The ramifications of Volkswagen’s diesel cheating scandal have been wide-ranging. On Friday, three months after a $14.7 billion settlement with U.S. regulators, the automaker confirmed it will settle with its U.S. car dealers as well to the tune of $1.21 billion, and that settlement provides further evidence of the end of Volkswagen diesel in America. Read more...
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