Volkswagen has seen a sharp drop in its US sales following the emissions scandal.
The German carmaker reported that US sales in November fell almost 25% from a year ago.
The company blamed the decline on stop-sale orders for diesel-powered vehicles that the government says cheated on pollution tests.
The VW brand sold just under 24,000 vehicles last month compared with almost 32,000 a year ago.
The VW brand sold 490,000 vehicles worldwide in October, 5% below a year ago.
VW has admitted that 482,000 two-litre diesel vehicles in the US contained software that turned pollution controls on for government tests and off for real-world driving. The government says another 85,000 six-cylinder diesels also had cheating software.