Volkswagen used values resilient in face of diesel crisis

September 14, 2016

Autovista Intelligence analysis that revealed Volkswagen residual values had recovered from the diesel emissions scandal have been supported by new research. In the months after the Dieselgate crisis began, when Volkswagen was found to have cheated emissions tests in the US, used car values for the brand fell in Europe, but recovered by early 2016. The findings, revealed in the Diesel Intelligence report published in July, are supported by new analysis from What Car for its depreciation database, which claims that values have remained unaffected by the crisis.




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