I have recently purchased a Volkswagen vehicle that is affected by the recent VW emissions cheating scandal (i.e. the vehicle is fitted with the illegal software that causes discrepancies in emissions values during dynometer runs). The vehicle was purchased one day (!) before the scandal became publicly known. My main concerns are: 1. I thought I had purchased a clean diesel vehicle with a 4-star green rating, low fuel consumption and good engine performance. Instead, I’m now left with a car that will be recalled in order to be fitted with a "technical solution", which will negatively affect fuel consumption and engine performance. 2. The resale value of the car will now likely be significantly lower than what it would have been in the absence of the scandal. There is even talk about a possible "death of the diesel engine"... My question is: Can I pursue any legal avenues (i.e. Australian Consumer Law) other than class action? According to news articles, class action is likely to push for extended warranties etc, whereas I would prefer a take-back with full refund, a switch with a comparable petrol vehicle, or a cash compensation. Any help would be great...thanks!