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New Settlement Details for 3.0L Cayenne Diesel Owners

The government has released new settlement details for 83,000 owners of 3.0-liter TDI diesels, and it varies based on if you’re driving a Porsche, Audi, or VW.

While some Touareg and Q7 owners will be eligible for buyback options, owners and lessees of 2013-2016 vehicles will be getting a fix that VW says won’t affect the performance of their cars.

But that’s not all they’re getting:

Once the repairs are approved, owners and lessees will keep their vehicles and each receive compensation ranging from $8,539 to $17,614. Former owners of the newer cars will each receive $4,269 to $8,807 in compensation.

Hot dang, even if you don’t even own a Porsche Cayenne TDI anymore you may be eligible for significant financial payout. And if you’re leasing one, you’ll soon be getting a check and the option to get out of your lease early. There’s more details on CarComplaints.com.

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