LOS ANGELES -- Once Porsche has an approved emissions fix for its diesel-powered Cayenne crossover, the brand will sell the nearly 1,500 new Cayennes in dealership inventories as used vehicles.
Those Cayennes have been parked on dealership lots for more than a year because of a stop-sale order stemming from Porsche parent Volkswagen AG's diesel emissions scandal. Porsche awaits regulatory approval of a repair. Bloomberg reported in mid-November that Volkswagen AG had reached an agreement with U.S. regulators on how to handle the 3.0-liter diesel engines. But the court handling the case must approve arrangements.