Mercedes-Benz and Robert Bosch agreed to pay about $6 million to resolve Arizona’s lawsuit over diesel advertising claims, the state said on Friday.
Under the proposed settlement, Mercedes will pay $2.8 million in consumer restitution, and each qualifying Arizona consumer will receive up to $625 per vehicle, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said. The automaker will pay $2.7 million in penalties, and Bosch will pay $525,000 in penalties, the state said.
“Arizona demands truth in advertising to assist consumers in making the most informed decisions for themselves,” Brnovich said.
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