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    UPDATE 1-Volkswagen chief says diesel engine refits "manageable"  

    * Over 90 pct of VW fixes approved by KBA -CEO * VW to publish scandal investigation details in Dec -CEO * Clearing up scandal in full will take several months -CEO (Adds CEO comments, detail and background) By Andreas Cremer BERLIN, Nov 23 (Reuters) - The steps needed to fix about 8.5 million Volkswagen cars in Europe fitted with illegal emissions-control software are technically and financially manageable, the German automaker's chief executive said on Monday....More
  • Newswire

    Grab Bag of Green Tech on Display in LA  

    The Los Angeles auto show saw Toyota, Honda and Hyundai display new hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles targeted at other green-car manufacturers such as electric-vehicle maker Tesla....More
  • Newswire

    Emissions Scandal Not Hurting Sales, VW Says  

    The automaker says it "cannot confirm" a report in a German newspaper that sales have collapsed since it admitted to understating carbon-dioxide-emissions levels in some cars....More
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    EC Gives VW Until Year's End to Provide CO2 Data  

    The European Union's executive branch turned down the automaker's request for extra time to provide information regarding "irregularities" in reporting carbon-dioxide emissions....More
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2017 Wards 10 Best Engines: Less Is More With Four

Fun-to-drive is a key 10 Best Engines measure when it comes to small-displacement, high-performance four-bangers....More

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Diesels Power Profit Gains by VW's Lending Unit  

Volkswagen Financial Services cites increased demand for diesel cars in upgrading its projected 2016 profit from €1.92 billion to a record €2.1 billion....More

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