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Old January 5th, 2017, 15:40   #61
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I am in the same position. bought the car at a dealer auction the day before the news broke and transferred it to my name a week later so I don't qualify either so I guess I will be keeping it for now.
Well if you have a bill of sale from the auction you might be ok...
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Old January 10th, 2017, 15:34   #62
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I purchased my car less than a week after this mess hit the news and I agree that I did pay less than I would have had to pay prior.
But the value of my car now has been affected as well since September 18th because of decisions VW has made since September 18th. The market for these cars now is virtually non existent which was not the case when I purchased. Not being able to participate in a buyback (even at an amount less than those that owned prior to September 18th) doesn't seem right.
If you really fee wronged, go see one of those ambulance chasers that filed a class action.

The way I see it, this is the same as buying a branded car. You got a discount when buying it and now it's still worth less because of that. Can't have it both ways.
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Old January 10th, 2017, 16:07   #63
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Anyone trying to time the buy back with the arrival of a Tesla 3? I'm going to let VW buy mine back and hopefully I can time it with the arrival of my model 3 I have on order.
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Old February 5th, 2017, 12:44   #64
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I have a 2013 gold comfort line with 89000 km on it? first is the km value considered low for that year?
and based on the payout value do you think I would be closer to the $21000?
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Old February 5th, 2017, 15:12   #65
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20-25K km/year is considered normal.So you are not low.
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Old February 10th, 2017, 14:54   #66
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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-s...ment-1.3972600
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Old February 10th, 2017, 15:46   #67
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The money is coming from VW AG, so what difference does it make to VW NA or VW Canada?
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Old February 10th, 2017, 22:14   #68
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The money is coming from VW AG, so what difference does it make to VW NA or VW Canada?
VW only want to pay to those that each country forces them to pay so, it does make a difference if they are not obligated to pay. This is not VW's problem but the US and Canada's. They wrote the requirements.
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Old February 11th, 2017, 08:36   #69
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VW only want to pay to those that each country forces them to pay so, it does make a difference if they are not obligated to pay.
Well they are obligated to pay. The car was bought in the US, so it is a VW NA problem. Who cares where the car is now. Unimportant!

But this is so typical of corporations trying to weasel their way out of things.
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Well they are obligated to pay. The car was bought in the US, so it is a VW NA problem. Who cares where the car is now. Unimportant!

But this is so typical of corporations trying to weasel their way out of things.
If the requirements mandated by the two countries doesn't spell out that they have to pay then it isn't their oblivation. They are only obligated to fullfil the mandated requirements, nothing more. It has nothing to do with corporate greed. Next time you pay your income tax, why not pay a little extra and tell the goverment to keep it?
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Next time you pay your income tax, why not pay a little extra and tell the government to keep it?
Duhhh, what does that have to do with the VW scandal?
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Duhhh, what does that have to do with the VW scandal?
You=VW, Government=Government. Now you get it?
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Old February 26th, 2017, 19:24   #73
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Can someone clarify how the buy-back will work on my car which I am currently financing? The information I'm reading on the VW settlement page is almost indicating you have to arrange to have your loan paid off to get the buy back.
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Can someone clarify how the buy-back will work on my car which I am currently financing?
I doubt VW Canada would even know. I am starting to wonder how clued in they are.

Last night I click on the CBB Vehicle Value Estimator and enter the three bits of required info. I get $22,850. Today I enter the same three bits of info and get $17,350.

Maybe tomorrow I'll get -$15,250. LOL Are they ever effed up.
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I am currently about a year and 8 months into car payments on a 4 year financing term for my '15 golf tdi. If I chose to have my car bought back through the settlement, how will this work if I financed the car at a much higher value than what the settlement will offer, and my car is not completely paid off. I read the publicized documents but I don't really understand how they explain it.
The buyback value will certainly be less than the purchase price of the car, so I'm just wonder how that affects the money I get back from VW.
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