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Volkswagen Dieselgate Fixes Slammed By CARB & EPA For “Gaps” & Lack Of Detail: What Now?
Wolfsburg, we have a problem. Yesterday, we told you about a couple of plans that Volkswagen may have been considering to fix roughly 567,000 U.S. diesels and bring them in line with federal and state emissions laws. Alas, those and other plans have been given a big ol’ thumbs-down byRead More
Takata Airbag Issue: Another Fatality Highlights Urgency Of Recall Fixes
The U.S. federal government has confirmed an eighth death due to schrapnel from Takata airbags—this time, to a teen driver at the wheel of a Honda Accord that was already under recall at the time of the accident. That marks the ninth death worldwide attributed to the issue, which hasRead More
Volkswagen Dieselgate Update: VW, Audi, Say Problems & Fixes Are Simpler, Cheaper Than Expected
After nearly three months of brutal headlines, there’s finally some good news to report about the ongoing Volkswagen Dieselgate fiasco. (Well, good in the sense that it’s not as bad as all the other stuff.) First, you may remember that on November 4 of this year, Volkswagen said that 800,000Read More