After Volkswagen scandal, would you still buy a diesel car?

Rain clouds are seen over a Volkswagen symbol at the main entrance gate at Volkswagen production plant in Wolfsburg, Germany.
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The global auto industry has been rocked by revelations that German carmaker Volkswagen had misled U.S. authorities over the emissions of its diesel cars.

On Tuesday, the auto giant admitted that up to 11 million vehicles could be caught up in the scandal and that it was expecting to take a 6.5 billion euro ($7.3 billion) hit on its profits in the third quarter.

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With a cloud hanging over the auto industry what would your next car purchase be?

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