Volkswagen is set to pay out nearly $15 billion in a settlement with the federal government.
Officials say $10 billion of that is to go directly to customers affected by the emissions scandal.
Those cars include 2.0L models:
2013 - 2015
2010 - 2015
2009 - 2015
2012 - 2015
2010 - 2013; 2015
The buyback option could also get you up to $44,000 for you car, and additional cash for your trouble.
There is also the option to keep the car, wait for a fix and still receive payment for damages. But some Arizona VW owners won't see a penny.
The federal settlement only covers 2.0L cars, and the Arizona Attorney General's Office (AZ AG) says that's not good enough, because it does nothing for the owners of 3.0L VW, Audi and Porsche models.
In a Tuesday statement, the Arizona Attorney General's office said, "We believe VW also made fraudulent claims when selling 3.0L 'clean diesel' cars. We will continue to fight for restitution for owners of VW, Audi, and Porsche cars not included in the settlement."
Volkswagen denies hiding any emissions problems with the 3.0L models.
In April, Brnovich filed a separate lawsuit. No word on when that will be resolved.
The federal settlement still has to be approved by a judge, and letters are supposed to be mailed out to eligible owners once that happens.
Call the Assistance League of Phoenix volunteers at 1-855-323-1515. You can also send me an email email@example.com or a video email where you attach a video explaining the problem.