Volkswagen 3.0-liter settlement explained

Beasley Allen lawyer Dee Miles explains how the Jan. 31 settlements over Volkswagen 3.0-liter diesel vehicles’ non-compliance with Environmental Protection Agency standards affects more than 75,000 drivers nationwide. Based on the type of car and model year, vehicle owners will be able to redeem their cars for payouts ranging from $7,000 to $14,000. The settlements, which are still subject to court approval, follow a $15 billion settlement in fall 2016 over the company’s 2.0-liter engines.


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