Yes my 2009 tdi isn't covered in Canada or the states apparentlyAssume he means covered by dieselgate warranty and can have work done and paid for under the warranty while up there, eh ;-)
I would be interested in knowing as well.
If that isn't what was meant, please clarify.
Thanks got an email from Ricepoint about this. My 2011 was written off prior to the settlement so I may be in for $750 based on what I am reading.
Email revived today...
Claim ID: RBQ-12345678-1
Legal Notice of Settlement Approval in Bosch Emissions Class Action
Note: if you purchased or leased your vehicle in the Province of Quebec, this does not apply to you. Please disregard this email.
Following announcements regarding the installation of emissions software in certain 2009-2016 Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche vehicles equipped with diesel engines, a number of class actions were commenced across Canada (the “Emissions Claims”). The Emissions Claims were already the subject of two court-approved settlements with Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche with respect to certain 2L diesel vehicles (the “2L Settlement”) and 3L diesel vehicles (the “3L Settlement”). Those settlements have been implemented, and extensive benefits were made available to owners and lessees of the affected vehicles.
A separate action was brought against the manufacturer of the emissions software, Robert Bosch GmbH (the “Bosch Action”). On September 22, 2020, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice approved a settlement in the Bosch Action (the “Bosch Settlement”). You are receiving this email because your name appears on a list of persons who may have been eligible to participate in the 2L Settlement or in the 3L Settlement and thus may also be affected by the Bosch Settlement. We are thus required by an order of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice to deliver this notice to provide notice to you of the approval of the Bosch Settlement. We urge you to read the court-approved notice, available here, which provides information about the Bosch Settlement, who is entitled to receive benefits, and what if anything you may have to do in order to receive benefits for which you may be eligible. As you will see, not everyone will be eligible to receive benefits. Some persons will automatically receive benefits based on information from the 2L Settlement and 3L Settlement (but may want to ensure their contact information is current). Other persons will need to make claims to receive their benefits, in which case there is a deadline for that.
For more information about each of those developments, whether you are affected by them and your options, please visit www.BoschCanadaSettlement.com, or contact one of the lawyers representing claimants (Class Counsel) for assistance at no cost to you. Contact information is set out on www.BoschCanadaSettlement.com.
We don't have that. VW Canada took it down.
just called Ricepoint and yep guess nothing for the rest of us.Reading through the approved Bosch settlement, it seems that only those who sold their rides before Jan 4, 2017 would get some $ (as far as the 2.0L owners go, not the lessees or those with extended warranties). So, for us who took the buy back later in 2017, there's jack Sh!t, zippo, nada, void, zero....
Try different dealers or call corporate as they can't "deny you" this info.... I've even gotten this info for vehicles I was considering buying to check what the sellers were claiming.so how do I find out how many km and years I have left on the diesel warranty? the local dealer is useless and they won't answer my question unless I bring my car in for an appointment and pay a diagnostic fee.
How is this even possible? What kind of odo reading are you at?Since the tdi "fix" on my car in 2017 I have had 3 DPFs replaced. My MIL went on again the other day and it is in the shop again, likely for a 4th new DPF. Does anybody else have this issue?
DPF has overheated and cracked every time. its a 2011 Jetta with 310,000 km on it. They replaced the engine temp sensor under warranty (a few times now) but engine light came back on right away, most recently replaced the egr but they didnt run it through the complete im readiness cycle so the EGR and DPF cycles are still incomplete... I dont know how they can say the fixed anything without letting it run through a cycle. Hopefully the EGR was the culprit the whole time as this is the first time its been replaced - apparently egr has a big impact on DPF regen and clog issues. We will see in a few days when i complete the cylceHow is this even possible? What kind of odo reading are you at?
I am the original owner of my 2010, I'm currently at 279xxx and still on original DPF..... on top of that, I let it get clogged up and even had to do an emergency regen on it back in 2013 or something when I drove about 10k with a failed EGT sensor and no active regens were taking place.