European Diesel Corrections Running Smoothly, VW Says


HAMBURG, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's fixes for diesel vehicles in Europe are running smoothly, a spokesman said after the company said its fixes in North America may cost 2.5 billion euros ($3 billion) more than expected. "We have to work more on the hardware," he said. "Customers have to wait longer for their vehicles to be repaired." "Here in Europe, it's all going smoothly," he added. In Europe, regulators have allowed Volkswagen to address ...


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