VW Emissions Scandal
Curtis Law Solicitors LLP are currently investigating causes of action against VW (including Audi, Skoda and Seat), in light of the emission scandal, with a view to bringing a Group Action.
As is widely reported officials in the United States have uncovered a software device that allegedly affect emission tests. Such testing is a crucial factor to limit Nitrogen Oxide dispersed in the air, thereby producing vehicles which are ecological friendly.
The cars manufactured by the Volkswagen Group contain a system called the “Defeat device”. That program allegedly switches the engine to a low emissions mode during testing.
In the United States Volkswagen has admitted the defeat device being used in order to allow their vehicles to be classed as having lower emissions. Presently Volkswagen has not admitted the same in the United Kingdom and Europe. Although reports indicate that Volkswagen Group have admitted to the German Minister the alleged manipulation of emissions data in Germany.
The Volkswagen Group are reported to have put aside £4.7 billion to cover costs of oncoming litigation.
At present the potentially affected vehicles with the “EA189 turbo diesel engine”. are:-
- Audi A1, 3, 4, 5, 6, TT, Q3, Q5,
- VW Beetle, Jetta, Golf, Passat with the list growing.
The scandal could also involve:
- Skoda Octavia, Fabia, Rapid, Roomster, Superb, Yeti
- Seat Leon, Ibiza, Toledo, Altea, Exeo.
If you believe you have been affected by the scandal please contact Curtis Law Solicitors LLP, to register your potential claim. Any claim for damages may include diminution in value of your vehicle, extra fuel costs, additional Road Tax costs, the difference in purchase price between your vehicle and a less efficient vehicle.
As and when we can fully advise of the causes of action against VW we will of course do so, but please register your interest as soon as possible.
Register your vehicle today using the form below
Once you have submitted the form, we will include your details on our Volkswagen database and keep you updated at the matter progresses.
Alternatively you can call our dedicated Scandal Hotline on: 01254 914308