BREAKING NEWS: Americans Who Own Diesel Volkswagens Will Get BIG Payout

In a major development in a false emissions test scandal that has rocked Volkswagen, the German car manufacturer has agreed to pay $5,000 to each affected U.S. customer of their diesel cars.


According to CNBC, Germany newspaper Die Welt reported the settlement ahead of tomorrow's official announcement. VW has been accused of programming their car to show less emissions than reality during customers' emissions tests, according to Jalopnik.

After being ordered by the Environmental Protection Agency to recall their cars, VW has now agreed to fix almost 600,000 diesel vehicles in America.

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