VW Class Action Attorneys

Many Volkswagen buyers are now realizing they are being defrauded by Volkswagen

For over six years, VW intentionally and systematically cheated its customers, lied to the government and misled the public about the true emissions and performance of vehicles equipped with “Clean Diesel” engines. Recent news stories have revealed this betrayal, with nearly half a million Volkswagen owners in the U.S. affected.

Volkswagen sold an estimated 11 million vehicles worldwide that contained a “defeat device”. The defeat device is sophisticated programing that detects when a car is undergoing EPA emissions testing.

When the cheat device is activated, it engages the car’s full emissions control system; otherwise the car emits emissions 40 times the EPA standards. This allowed VW to falsely claim their diesel engines could get the same performance and still meet emissions rules.

2.0 TDI

The following affected cars qualify for mandatory recall and compensation:

  • VW Beetle TDI
    (Model Years 2012-2015)
  • VW Beetle Convertible TDI
    (Model Years 2012-2015)
  • VW Golf TDI
    (Model Years 2010-2015)
  • VW Golf SportWagen TDI
    (Model Year 2015)
  • VW Jetta TDI
    (Model Years 2009-2015)
  • VW Jetta SportWagen TDI
    (Model Years 2009-2014)
  • VW Passat TDI
    (Model Years 2012-2015)
  • Audi A3
    (Model Years 2010-2015)

If you are an owner of a Volkswagen vehicle that is equipped with a “Clean Diesel” engine, then you owe it to yourself to seek fair compensation. The resell value of your vehicle has been significantly reduced, as well as potentially suffering a significant reduction in power and fuel economy once it is repaired.

VW lawsuits are already being filed and right now is the time to get legal representation if you own one of these cars. You have been defrauded by VW and deserve compensation. Our attorneys will work to get the proper compensation for VW car owners who act now. There is no upfront cost to you and all fees and expenses are covered.



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