Should I Join the VW Class Action Lawsuit?

If you purchased a VW Turbo Diesel model in the last few years, your car will probably be one of the half a million vehicles recalled. Some of Volkwagen’s most popular models were recalled including the Jetta, Golf, Beetle, and Passat.

Volkwagen engineers rigged these “clean diesel” cars with software to falsely pass emission tests. These vehicles release emissions up to 40 times the permitted levels outlined by the Environmental Protection Agency.

Bringing your car up to code will require a software update, a physical hardware upgrade, or both. These “upgrades” will come at an inconvenience and cost to you.

Hold Volkswagen accountable for their deception. Call 1-800-881-2021 to learn how you can join the VW class action lawsuit.

Will the VW Recall Affect the Performance of My TDI Vehicle?

If you’ve been driving a TDI model, you’ve probably been enjoying its quick acceleration, torque, and good mileage per gallon. This performance was possible at the expense of clean emissions – and VW covered it up.

How the recall affects your car’s performance depends entirely on how Volkswagen chooses to fix the recalled vehicles. The EPA has given VW a year to come up with a fix for the TDI models.

Whatever the fix is, it is likely to hurt your vehicle’s fuel economy and/or overall performance. You bought your TDI at a premium, paying more than you would have for another model. The recall will undoubtedly hurt your vehicle’s resale value. Take action and call 1-800-881-2021 to receive more information about how to join the class action lawsuit

Was My Volkwagen Model Recalled?

Just because you own a Volkwagen, it doesn’t mean your vehicle will be recalled. Only certain cars in the VW clean diesel engine line are affected. If your vehicle takes regular gas, you can disregard these warnings. Here are the cars on the list:

  • VW Beetle 2.0L TDI 2009-2015
  • VW Golf 2.0L TDI 2009-2015
  • VW Jetta 2.0L TDI 2009-2015
  • VW Passat 2.0L TDI 2014-2015
  • Audi A3 2.0L TDI 2009-2015

Is My Diesel Safe to Drive?

The Environmental Protection Agency ordered a recall of the TDI models, because it was installed with software that helped falsely pass emission tests. None of the defects affect the safety of the car.

Just because a recalled vehicle isn’t dangerous to operate, doesn’t mean it can’t harm you in other ways. VW’s emission scandal is hurting your bottom line.

The car you’re driving is not what you were promised on paper. Don’t let Volkswagen or any other auto manufacturer take advantage consumers like you. Call 1-800-881-2021 to learn about the TDI class action lawsuit. We are happy to assist you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

That means we charge you nothing unless we reach a successful settlement of your claim. If we don’t get you compensated for your damages, you don’t pay us a dime.