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Volkswagen has offered the US customers caught up in the diesel emissions cheating scandal $1,000 in gift cards and vouchers.

Volkswagen has offered the US customers caught up in the diesel emissions cheating scandal $1,000 in gift cards and vouchers:

The car manufacturer is offering 482,000 cash to US owners of the automobiles that are defective.

It’s additionally offering free roadside assistance to people who have possessed their automobiles for three years.

Volkswagen said a similar plan would be launched by its Audi high-end brand on Friday.

The offer was made to mollify the owners of the 2-litre diesel powered VW automobiles as the car manufacturer works on fixing the vehicles changed.

“In the meantime we’re supplying this goodwill bundle as a beginning step towards regaining our clients’ trust.”

VW owners won’t have to sign anything driving them into arbitration or giving up their right, a VW spokeswoman added.

Volkswagen has offered $2,000 to present VW owners to trade their cars in for the $1,000 gift cards in addition to new vehicles and coupons.

It’s acknowledged that four-cylinder diesels from its 2009 to 2015 model years possess the software that could cheat on pollution evaluations.

About 11 million automobiles globally have the software.

The EPA accused VW of cheating on bigger six-cylinder diesels in about 10,000 vehicles with distinct software.

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