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Diesel models accounted for nearly 12 percent of Volkswagen's U.

S. sales in April, a sign that consumer demand for such models persists, even as the company recovers from widespread emissions violations.  

Volkswagen Group resumed selling diesel cars in the U.S. last month.

The world's largest automaker by sales was barred by U.S. authorities in September 2015 from selling about 11,000 new 2015 diesel Golf, Beetle and Passat cars after the automaker admitted to using secret software to exceed emission limits for six years.

Before the scandal, diesels accounted for about 20 to 25 percent of VW brand U.S. sales.



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Diesels Accounted For 12% Of Volkswagen April Sales In The US

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