I have a 2013 E70 X5 diesel with the standard seats. They are the most comfortable seats for long distance driving I have experienced in over 50 years of driving. And in my cold climate, the seat heaters warm quickly but never get uncomfortably "hot".
The climate control works well also.
While the VW executives may be safe from extradition so long as they remain within Germany, if they venture to a third country with an extradition treaty with the USA, they run the risk of arrest and extradition.
Gee whiz, these guys were "only following orders".
When I got these cards, I viewed them as found money and did not want to waste them. So, ASAP, I used the unrestricted VISA card to prepay one of my utility bills. The VW one, I used to buy tires for my other car.
Both went to zero balance very quickly.
In Vermont, I drove the car in, with a live registration and plates. I removed the plates and kept the registration card at turn in, but I did surrender the paper title document used to transfer ownership of a car.
If you drive in with license plates that you intend to remove, be sure in...
They like to be driven. 5 mile commutes are not the appropriate use of this engine. Same engine as the 335d, but because it is such a more massive vehicle, the engine works a bit harder, and is happier for it.
Had my 2013 happily cruising down the Interstate today @ 80 mph.
The price increases respond to trading prices on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Traders in the commodity contracts include banks and others who have nothing whatsoever to do with refining and distributing fuel.
It would not surprise me to see prices back down substantially by the end of...
It makes a difference because it was a for profit enterprise, engaged in for the purpose of making a profit, as opposed to a casual sale that resulted in an incidental profit.
Some accountants would tell you that even the latter situation should be taxable, but ALL accountants would tell you...
If you previously depreciated the car on your tax return, then indeed what you receive is technically taxable income.
If you engaged in buying cars from others for the purpose of participating in the program, and they were not your personal car, then your profit on each car should be viewed as...
The DOJ was never a party to the Bosch suit, and therefore not a party to its Settlement. Therefore, it had no role, and could do nothing other than forward your complaint to the private attorneys representing Bosch plaintiffs.
As stated in the last two sentences in the answer to FAQ one...
I checked the website again today, and there is no indication that my 09 Jetta with 78,000 miles has moved beyond the June report of being in Michigan. I sold it back early on, last December.
Maybe its a "last in, first out" lot for selecting cars for today's scrap yard visit. As I was an...
He was already in prison, without bond, awaiting trial.
Zero to nil.
I turned in a much cleaner than average 09 Jetta with 78K miles on it. I figured it would get crushed for sure. Well, one of those VIN checking sites placed it in Michigan with 78K miles as of mid June. I figure if they were going to crush it, they would have done it by now.