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Dieselgate 2.0 – Is Fiat Chrysler Cheating on Emissions Too?

Dieselgate has left a black mark on the reputation of Volkswagen. In the past few weeks, the company has admitted to criminal charges, settled those charges for $4.3 billion, and had six executives indicted for its emissions scandal. VW stock has been volatile ever since the discovery of its defeat device software, and VW consumers have flooded courts with their…
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Did Mitsubishi Get Caught Violating Emissions Rules?

Mitsubishi is a rather small car manufacturer in Japan. The company has been around since before World War II—when they made fighter planes for the Japanese military—but now this little company is endangered, and the reason why sounds very familiar. Did Mitsubishi Get Caught Violating Emissions Rules? In Japan, Mitsubishi has a partnership with the much larger company Nissan Motors,…
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VW Has Another Dieselgate Fix, But Will It Work?

A few months ago, Volkswagen submitted plans to the California Air Resources Board (CARB)—the agency in charge of handling the Dieselgate debacle—but the regulation agency rejected VW’s solution. It took a while, but VW submitted new plans to handle its “defeat device” vehicles here in the US, and CARB seems to be pleased by the new effort. Will VW owners…
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Why Won’t Volkswagen Compensate European Defeat Device Victims?

Since the VW scandal broke, people have been up in arms trying to make sure Volkswagen pays for their deception, but new evidence is coming to light that VW might not be as willing to make amends as previously thought. Why Won’t Volkswagen Compensate European Defeat Device Victims? Elzbieta Bienkowska, the former deputy prime minister of Poland and current European…
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