26 Mar '17, 6am

VW dealers' reparations talks with company: no deal so far

2015 Volkswagen Passat TDI Enlarge Photo Representatives of Volkswagen's U.S. dealers recently flew to Germany to present concerns over the ongoing diesel scandal directly to the company's top executives. One of the topics discussed was whether dealers should receive reparations for their continuing financial losses, and for the overall damage to the VW brand. That discussion continued when Volkswagen executives met with dealers again at the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) convention in Tampa, Florida. DON'T MISS: The other VW diesel victims: dealers take woes to Wolfsburg A five-member committee negotiated on behalf of VW's 652 U.S. dealers for some form of reparations, but no deal was reached, according to Wards Auto . Most people who actually participated in the meeting seemed satisfied, though, with several describing the tone as "civil and business-like...

Full article: http://www.greencarreports.com/news/1103248_vw-dealers-re...

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