Porsche

VW Settles Diesel Criminal Charges

By Fred Meier on Wed Jan 11 15:48:49 GMT-06:00 2017


CARS.COM — The Department of Justice and Volkswagen Group have announced a deal totaling $4.3 billion to settle civil penalties and a criminal investigation regarding its diesel emissions cheating. The settlement brings VW close to the end in resolving the scandal in… Read More

VW Settles Diesel Criminal Charges

By Fred Meier on Wed Jan 11 15:48:49 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — The Department of Justice and Volkswagen Group have announced a deal totaling $4.3 billion to settle civil penalties and a criminal investigation regarding its diesel emissions cheating. The settlement brings VW close to the end in resolving the scandal in… Read More

U.S. Criminal, Civil Fines Could Cost VW $4.3 Billion

By Kelsey Mays on Wed Jan 11 10:00:42 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — The Volkswagen Group announced Tuesday that it's negotiated a "concrete draft" of a settlement with U.S. regulators for $4.3 billion to resolve criminal investigations and civil fines. The automaker characterized its negotiations as "advanced discussions" to resolve penalties… Read More

2017 Detroit Auto Show: What You Missed

By Matt Schmitz on Mon Jan 09 16:00:13 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — Well, that escalated quickly. The 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit was looking like it might be a bit of a lightweight affair based on preshow announcements. But by the end of the first day alone,… Read More

Porsche Announces Pricing for 2017 911 GTS Models

By Bill Jackson on Mon Jan 09 11:45:12 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — Porsche has announced pricing for its 911 GTS lineup, with the most expensive version topping out at more than $130,000. Related: Best Cars for Sun Lovers All told, there are five versions and pricing breaks down as follows:… Read More

FBI Arrests VW Exec in Diesel Scandal

By Fred Meier on Mon Jan 09 08:06:51 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — The FBI has arrested a former Volkswagen U.S. executive on fraud conspiracy charges, according to a report in the New York Times that cites sources familiar with the Justice Department criminal investigation of the company's diesel emission cheating scandal. Related:… Read More

Latest Certified Pre-Owned Incentives by Automaker

By Cars.com on Fri Jan 06 08:30:10 GMT-06:00 2017

CARS.COM — Certified pre-owned incentives are reduced-rate loans offered by manufacturers to qualified buyers of CPO vehicles. All financing offers listed here are available nationally unless noted otherwise. Not every buyer will qualify for this discount financing, contact your dealer… Read More

Recall Alert: 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder

By Matt Schmitz on Wed Dec 28 09:45:37 GMT-06:00 2016

CARS.COM Vehicles Affected: Approximately 300 model-year 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder plug-in hybrid sports cars manufactured between Nov. 6, 2013, and July 27, 2015 The Problem: The front lower control arms may crack at the ball joint, affecting the vehicle's handling… Read More

2016 Compact SUV Driving Ranges

By Rick Popely on Tue Dec 27 07:00:00 GMT-06:00 2016

CARS.COM — SUVs are the hot ticket in the auto market, and compact models that offer more utility than most passenger cars but without a major gas-mileage penalty are in one of the hottest segments. The four best-selling SUVs —… Read More

2017 Compact SUV Driving Ranges

By Rick Popely on Tue Dec 27 07:00:00 GMT-06:00 2016

CARS.COM — SUVs are the hot ticket in the auto market, and compact models that offer more utility than most passenger cars but without a major gas-mileage penalty are in one of the hottest segments. The four best-selling SUVs —… Read More

VW Agrees to Fix or Buy Back V-6 Diesels

By Matt Schmitz on Tue Dec 20 16:04:16 GMT-06:00 2016

CARS.COM — Volkswagen has reached an agreement with federal regulators to fix or buy back roughly 83,000 diesel vehicles fitted with emissions-cheating software.  The deal covers roughly 63,000 model-year 2013-16 Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche vehicles equipped with 3.0-liter V-6 "Generation… Read More