are you sure those are actual manuals?just curious, what fix isnt available? if you put a vin of a manual passat (12-14) into the lookup site it shows fix available and many have them. something else?
Here is a VIN for one of my manual Passats that I already sold back 1VWBN7A39EC088755I guess I don't know for a fact that they were manuals. I guess I better find pics of a real one So then, those are the unicorn cars eh?
LOL! Good Luck!If no fix exists, we should get same money as those who apply fix for money, or readjusted larger buybacks.
I meant option wise. I was looking for a 2015 that was an exact option match to my 2014. The body changes are very very minor. The CVCA engine is big plus for the emission upgrade and warranty.Actually it has body styling changes and a different engine
VW said they were going to resubmit with 90 days. That puts the resubmission in the middle of December. Then epa/carb are going to evaluate the fix. I think they also have a 90 day deadline. That pushes it back to the middle of March.Is a fix ever gonna come for us with passat manuals?
So come March we should have some more info, huh? Sheesh...........VW said they were going to resubmit with 90 days. That puts the resubmission in the middle of December. Then epa/carb are going to evaluate the fix. I think they also have a 90 day deadline. That pushes it back to the middle of March.
Lets not forget that the 1st test car passed, the second on third car failed. I think it was by 0.05 grams. So VW was close but not close enough for the regulators.
I'm expecting it to be available in June 2018 in Canada. For some reason, things take longer here.
Same here. This has been a very good car for me. What really annoys me about that letter is that there is no date on it.https://www.vwcourtsettlement.com/w...otice_of_Withdrawal_of_AEM_2_0L_Gen__2_MT.pdf
Looks like VW has given up on these cars.
It saddens me to think that the fate of my trade, which was in perfect condition and low mileage, will be sent to the crusher.
A part of me keeps pining for my TDI back, the more emotional side. The rational side says I did good - not counting fuel, maintenance and insurance, which would have been paid on any vehicle, I made money on the car, getting back more in 2017, than I paid in 2014, and I chose a replacement vehicle that I am very happy with, and now more closely fits our needs than the Passat did.Seriously - a drop dead date would be great. Anyone thinking of keeping the car? I'm irrationally considering it...
So, for those of us wanting to get every (virtually) depreciation free mile out of the car possible, what's the timing looking like? I.e., when do we need to indicate that we're doing the buyback and what's the latest date that we can do the buyback?Well that sucks.
For those of us wishing to keep the car we should get money as though we went in for a fix.
Or offer to retrofit an automatic and give us money.
Or that A8L diesel