VW, Audi Cleared to Sell Fixed Diesel Cars in US

VW, Audi Cleared to Sell Fixed Diesel Cars in US

0 comments 📅30 March 2017, 17:00

The U.S. Environmental Keeping Agency (EPA) has cleared Volkswagen to sell fixed diesel vehicles in the U.S.

The German automaker hasn’t been capable to sell a diesel-powered car in the U.S. since it admitted to cheating on emissions tests in 2015. It has now received acceptance from the EPA to sell 2015 model year diesels after updating the vehicles’ emissions software. The fix last wishes as also include changes to the diesel engine hardware, but dealers do not have to be put on ice until the repair parts become available next year.

While reviving diesel sales is constituent of Volkswagen’s recovery efforts as a result of the scandal, the big question that remains is how multitudinous consumers are still interested in buying Volkswagen diesel vehicles, especially older 2015 likeness year cars. There’s also the reports that European Volkswagen owners are saying the diesel fix is “ruining” their cars, so it’s possible they don’t stage as advertised. It appears Volkswagen will also have the option to sell repaired vehicles that it bought promote from owners.

[Source: Automotive News]

this article first appeared on Auto Superintend

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