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Finally, There’s an Approved Solution for the Cayenne Diesel

Even though demand for Porsche diesels is falling, a fix was still needed for more than 38,000 Porsche Cayenne Diesel models affected by « Dieselgate« . Porsche has finally reached agreements in the U.S. and Europe that will allow more than 38,000 3.0-litre V6 TDI vehicles with “Generation 2.1” and “Generation 2.2” engines to be brought into line with the emission standards according to which they were originally certified.

In The US

On Monday, the Volkswagen Group reached an important milestone in their negotiations with The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Air Resources Board. Both agencies approved Porsche’s proposed technical solution for adjusting emissions (the “Emission Compliant Repair”, or ECR) on affected Cayennes. As a result,eligible customers will be notified that they can receive the emissions compliant repair free of charge at their preferred authorized Porsche dealer beginning November 6.

In Germany

The German Federal Motor Transport Authority (Kraftfahrtbundesamt – KBA) has approved the software update submitted by Porsche for the affected models. Porsche is now bringing the affected vehicles in to workshops for the free software update. Customers are expected to receive specific information from their respective Porsche partners from calendar week 45 and will be asked to schedule an appointment at a workshop. The software update takes about an hour at the workshop. If necessary, the Porsche Centre can provide a replacement vehicle for this period.

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Porsche suspend la vente de Cayenne Diesel

À peine quelques heures après l’annonce que le V6 de 3,0 litres TDI de Volkswagen était peut-être équipé du dispositif ayant permis de tricher sur les tests antipollution de l’EPA (jusque-là, seul le quatre cylindre de 2,0 litres était touché), Porsche Canada vient d’annoncer l’arrêt des ventes de son Cayenne …

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Diesel Gate : Jusqu’à la lie…

Porsche-Cayenne-Diesel-400x225Le Diesel Gate est finalement une affaire à tiroirs ou façon poupée russe. Quand on croit qu’il n’y a plus rien, il y en a encore ! Derniers éléments en date, une affaire d’incohérence des niveaux d’émissions de CO2 sur certains moteurs diesel, ce jour l’arrêt de la commercialisation du Porsche Cayenne Diesel sur le […]

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Affaire VW : Porsche USA suspend la vente des Cayenne diesel

zoomUne annonce officiellement mise en ligne par Porsche Cars North America Inc va à l’encontre d’un communiqué publié hier par le groupe Volkswagen. En cause ? Le V6 diesel 3.0 l. Hier un nouveau lièvre, un de plus, était levé dans ce qu’on appelle depuis le départ l’affaire VW. Selon l’agence américaine de l’environnement, un […]

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Porsche Halts Cayenne Diesel Sales, Volkswagen Probing 800,000 More Cars

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Porsche has told its U.S. dealers not to sell any 2014–2016 Cayenne Diesel SUVs in stock. The stop-sale comes a day after the Environmental Protection Agency cited the 2015 Cayenne Diesel in Volkswagen’s second notice over Clean Air Act violations.

“We are working intensively to resolve this matter as soon as possible,” the company said. “Customers may continue to operate their vehicles normally.”

Porsche did not cite any reasons for the model-year expansions nor did it admit fault in using emissions-cheating software, as the EPA alleges, but said the “unexpected” notice caused it to “voluntarily discontinue sales” indefinitely. Other Volkswagen models with the Cayenne Diesel’s 3.0-liter V-6 engine, including the 2014 Touareg TDI and four 2016 Audi TDI models, were also named in the violation notice but continue to be sold.

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Separately, Volkswagen AG said it had identified 800,000 models across the entire company with “irregularities in CO2 levels,” the majority of which are diesel models. From the statement below, it appears Volkswagen overstated fuel economy on these cars.

“Under the ongoing review of all processes and workflows in connection with diesel engines it was established that the CO2 levels and thus the fuel consumption figures for some models were set too low during the CO2 certification process,” the automaker said.

Again, Volkswagen did not provide a detailed explanation, only that the associated costs for fixing this new problem would be 2 billion euros ($2.2 billion).

“From the very start I have pushed hard for the relentless and comprehensive clarification of events,” VW Group CEO Matthias Müller said in a statement. “We will stop at nothing and nobody. This is a painful process, but it is our only alternative. For us, the only thing that counts is the truth. That is the basis for the fundamental realignment that Volkswagen needs.”

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