Technicians test a 2013 Volkswagen at the California Resources Board’s lab in El Monte in 2015. Volkswagen is paying billions to settle claims over tainted diesel vehicles in California and elsewhere.
Technicians test a 2013 Volkswagen at the California Resources Board’s lab in El Monte in 2015. Volkswagen is paying billions to settle claims over tainted diesel vehicles in California and elsewhere. David McNew New York Times file
Technicians test a 2013 Volkswagen at the California Resources Board’s lab in El Monte in 2015. Volkswagen is paying billions to settle claims over tainted diesel vehicles in California and elsewhere. David McNew New York Times file

VW to pay at least $1.25 billion to U.S. owners of pricier diesel vehicles

February 01, 2017 07:01 AM

UPDATED February 01, 2017 04:05 PM

Comments

More Videos

  • This Lake Tahoe home is on market for $1.57 million

    A Lake Tahoe home renowned for existing in harmony with nature is on the market for $1,574,000. The mountain retreat was dubbed “Phoenix House” by its original owner, architect Walt Harvey, who was a professor of architecture at Sacramento State. Harvey died in 2008.