The ABC has reported the settlement of Audi-Volkswagen class action :
The Volkswagen Group (VW) and Audi have settled two major Australian class actions relating to the global diesel emissions scandal.
Key points:
Around 100,000 VW, Audi and Skoda cars were affected locally
Last year VW denied it had a case to answer in Australia
The companies agreed to a pay-out of up to $127.1m — about $1,400 per eligible car

While the details of the settlement are confidential and still to be rubber stamped by the Federal Court, the payout will be between $87 million and $127.1 million, or about $1,400 per car.
The class actions allege that the affected vehicles were fitted with illegal defeat devices that were designed to cheat emissions tests, and seek to recover compensation for affected motorists.
Around 100,000 Volkswagen, Audi and Skoda vehicles in Australia were affected by the issue.
The class actions were brought by Bannister Law and Maurice Blackburn in November 2015, following multi-billion-dollar payouts over the issue in the United States and Canada.
In a statement, Volkswagen Group Australia described the settlement in the Sydney court as a "significant step towards fully resolving the diesel lawsuits in Australia".
"The settlement, on a no-admissions basis, concerns five class-action lawsuits covering all affected vehicles in Australia," the company said.