A settlement in the class action suit against Volkswagen Group Canada Inc. related to the 2.0-litre diesel emissions scandal has been reached and affected owners will get between $5,100 and $8,000 each.
Mercedes-Benz Canada says it has given up hope of selling 2017 model-year diesel-powered sedans and mid-sized SUVs “for the time being” because it's taking too long for them to be approved by U.S. and Canadian authorities.
Many Volkswagen dealers are doing good work for their customers in the wake of the diesel-emissions scandal, but the automaker and courts could do more, say some owners of the affected diesels.
Canadian Volkswagen dealers are once again selling 2015 model-year vehicles equipped with diesel engines that were part of the company's global emissions scandal. The fixed vehicles come with a discount.
Volkswagen's e-Golf will arrive in Canadian showrooms in June, but because a limited number will be available, the automaker is encouraging buyers to order online in advance.
Several Canadians who own Volkswagen diesel vehicles affected by the emissions scandal say their VW dealers are doing a great job for customers, but the automaker itself and courts could do more.
Volkswagen Canada won't follow its U.S. counterpart and offer better warranties in an effort to put the diesel emissions scandal behind it and entice consumers to move to utility and electric vehicles.
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Volkswagen Canada says the automaker hasn’t yet decided on whether the T-Roc compact crossover will be sold in Canada, even though it arrives in Europe in August and in the United States in 2019.
A Canadian-owned business is accused of unlawfully storing thousands of Volkswagen diesel models in the parking lot of a dilapidated NFL stadium outside Detroit.
Luxury automakers are expanding their reach in Canada by grabbing an increasingly bigger piece of the compact and subcompact segment, according to auto researchers at J.D. Power.
Volkswagen's replacement for the CC, the Arteon, will slot above the Passat in the brand's global lineup and arrive in Canada in 2018. It is built on VW's MQB architecture and was designed to give the brand's top sedan a more muscular appearance compared with its predecessor.