Volkswagen-Audi U.S. Sales Climb 6.3% Amid Diesel ScandalBy
VW brand deliveries up 0.6% as other automakers post big gains
Incentive increase doubled industry's average, Autodata says
Volkswagen AG’s U.S. sales rose 6.3 percent last month, less than rivals’ but better than analysts expected, in a sign of how consumers are reacting to the automaker’s cheating on diesel emissions tests. VW, which boosted incentives to above the industry average, didn’t give results for its diesels, including the 2-liter models that were pulled from lots.
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