“These figures confirm the scale of the deception the British public has faced” – Which? response to the amount of UK vehicles affected by diesel emissions scandal

Which? executive director, Richard Lloyd, said:

“These figures confirm the scale of the deception the British public has faced, so we now need the Government to urgently set out a timetable for action so that consumers can get redress. We also want the rest of the car industry to swiftly set out whether their tests have been manipulated and if their customers have been misled.”

Notes to editors:

As part of our new campaign Come Clean On Fuel Claims we want:

  • All car manufacturers to announce whether their emissions and fuel economy tests have been manipulated within the next seven days;
  • The Government must immediately publish a timetable for a genuinely independent investigation and ensure any consumers found to be affected can get easy access to redress; and
  • The European Commission must announce how they will bring forward new tests with full and proper independent oversight by the end of the year.

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