FCA US, LLC Reaches Agreement To Resolve Diesel Emissions Investigation!

A Fine Of $96.1 Million & The Forfeiture Of $203.6 Million In Gains...

FCA US, LLC (FCA US) has agreed to a settlement that resolves the U.S. Department of Justice criminal investigation involving approximately 101,482 vehicles from the 2014 to 2016 model years equipped with the second-generation 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6 engine. Those vehicles include the Ram 1500 (DS) and the Jeep® Grand Cherokee (WK2). 

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The agreement, which is subject to U.S. federal court approval, includes a guilty plea, a fine of $96.1 million, and the forfeiture of $203.6 million in gains derived from the conduct. Consumer claims related to the subject vehicles have already been resolved, and no additional recalls are required.

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As described in Stellantis N.V.’s 2021 financial disclosures, approximately €266 million ($301 million) was previously accrued related to this matter, which is sufficient to cover the forfeiture and penalty imposed by the plea agreement.

Source: Stellantis


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