U.S., Calif. regulators approve fix for VW 3.0-liter diesel crossoversOct. 23, 2017
U.S. and California regulators approved a fix for about 38,000 Volkswagen Group 3.0-liter diesel crossovers with potential excess emissions, a decision that could save the automaker more than $1 billion according to a letter reviewed by Reuters.
Who gets to choose?Sept. 25, 2017
Brands brace for diesel bans in EuropeJune 17, 2017
AutoNews Now: Lexus, Porsche top dependability studyFeb. 22, 2017
Ingredients to 50-plus mpgFeb. 20, 2017
Chevy's Cruze diesel may get EPA 50 mpg highway ratingJan. 9, 2017
Diesel, manual to be options on Cruze hatchbackOct. 17, 2016
Daimler to rein in investments after EVs prompt surgeOct. 12, 2016
Daimler will scale back investments in plants, equipment and new technology from a peak this year stemming in part from its creation of the EQ electric-car subbrand, amid a push to maintain profitability.
September EquinoxSept. 26, 2016
Did emissions cheating fuel VW power struggle?Sept. 5, 2016
Who led charge for deal to aid VW dealers?Aug. 29, 2016
In March, a panel of VW dealers set out to negotiate a compensation deal with VW that would avert a lawsuit against the factory. But when the deal finally came together, it was disclosed by someone else: the lawyer for a dealer who defied the six-member committee and sued.