Buyback offers will available if the city where the buyer lived banned diesel vehicles within 3 years of the purchase.
At the same time, Volkswagen said it was extending to the end of June incentives for customers trading in older diesel models for new ones.
Unsurprisingly, there are conditions for how the buy back deal will work.
And the guarantee only stands if a new replacement vehicle is bought from the same dealership. VW also cleared that now, this policy is available only in Germany.
At premium brand Audi, the offer only covers leased vehicles.
English lawyers are bringing a series of allegations, including that VW manufacturers defrauded drivers, that "defeat devices" - engine management software created to mask pollution levels - broke European Union rules, that a VW software fix has caused other problems with cars and that drivers overpaid for vehicles.
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The attacker wounded four other people, including the driver of the hijacked auto and a policeman shot while out jogging. Although police managed to get Lakdim to let other shoppers leave, he kept one woman with him as a human shield.
The German company needs plenty of space because it has spent more than $7.4bn (£5.3bn) buying back about 350,000 United States vehicles, following the scandal over software that switched engines to a cleaner mode when they were being tested for emissions.
That means loyal Volkswagen customers could be incentivised to replace not one but two vehicles in a matter of months using different schemes.
Since the manufacturer first launched the scheme back in August of a year ago, around 120,000 older, polluting diesel cars were removed from the roads.
The German firm has agreed to buy back about 500,000 USA vehicles in all following the scandal over diesel emissions.
Sweden recently confirmed that it is toying with the idea of banishing diesel from all cities, while Paris, Madrid, Athens and Rome have also chose to introduce restrictions by 2025.
As a direct result of the recent developments, diesel auto sales are on the decline.