AutoComplete: Volkswagen agrees to buy back or fix its dirty 3.0-liter diesels
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Volkswagen has finally agreed to a settlement for its 3.0 liter diesel owners, and it's pretty much the same as its 2.0 liter settlement.
VW has agreed to buy back approximately 20,000 older diesel vehicles and fix another 60,000 newer models.
As it stands, it's expected to cost the company around $1 billion.
But if the fixes and the [UNKNOWN] our regulators, then VW will have to buy back all of the cars, which would send that cost through the roof.
In honor of today being the longest night of the year, Volvo has re-released its Lifepaint reflective spray.
It's invisible during the day, but this spray reflects a ton of light at night time, which is vital for cyclists, dog walkers or anyone else who's out at night.
It also gives Corey Hart a real reason to wear his Sunglasses at night.
Seriously, it's pretty bright.
Acura's taking its NSX to the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship next year.
And it's [UNKNOWN] a hell of a delivery to commemorate the occasion.
Deliveries feature the same design but colors are flipped around on each individual car.
The auto maker will field two NSX GT3's under the Michael Shank Racing Team.
And the team features some well known drivers like Ryan Hunter, Reah and Graham Rahal.
The NSX GT3's debut at Daytona on January 28th, find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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