NY TIMES reports:
Which Cars Are Affected?
The Environmental Protection Agency said in September that it would order
Volkswagen to recall seven of its American car models with affected engines,
which amount to total of about 500,000 vehicles. Volkswagen has not released
a list of international models that have engines with the software in question.
VolkswagenJetta2009 to 2015
VolkswagenBeetle and Beetle Convertible2012 to 2015
VolkswagenPassat2012 to 2015
VolkswagenJetta SportWagen2009 to 2014
VolkswagenGolf2010 to 2015
Illustrations by Derek Watkins|Source: Environmental Protection Agency
The E.P.A. said on Nov. 2 that it had found the same test-cheating software
on additional Volkswagen and Audi diesel models and on a Porsche model.
The agency said it covered about 10,000 cars sold in the United States
since the 2014 model year. But, in meetings with the E.P.A. on Nov. 19
and 20, the company admitted that all model years since 2009 with its
3.0-liter diesel engines contained the software as well. The latest disclosure
covers an additional 75,000 vehicles.
VolkswagenTouareg2009 to 2016
AudiA6 Quattro2014 to 2016
AudiA7 Quattro2014 to 2016
AudiA8 and A8L2014 to 2016
PorscheCayenne2013 to 2016
Illustrations by Guilbert Gates|Source: Environmental Protection Agency
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