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    Melissa Ryan died in a crash in her Volkswagen Golf in Photo: Melissa Ryan, who was killed in , with her fiancé Wayne Belford.

    «Volkswagen» переводится с немецкого языка как «народный автомобиль». Первая партия автомобилей, выпущенная на заре становления компании, составляла всего 12 штук. Во время нацизма логотип компании был изменен и стилизован под свастику.

    Melissa Ryan inquest exposed Volkswagen. Coroner may have cleared German brand, but inquest highlighted greater quality issues.

    Volkswagen's general manager of communications in Australia, Karl Gehlingl, said that Ms Ryan's vehicle did not cause the accident, but still found no systematic issues with the manual cars. But Judge Hinchey said legislation did not permit the case to be reopened on the basis "the applicant is not satisfied with the outcome of the original determination". After the Ryan inquest, Volkswagen recalled its direct shift gearbox cars due to sudden deceleration issues, but it has always maintained there were no problems with manual cars, such as the Golf Ms Ryan was driving. Ms Ryan's stepfather Phil O'Donnell said that hundreds of drivers with the same car as his daughter came forward and admitted they had experienced deceleration issues.

    Updated February 10, The family of a woman killed when her Volkswagen Golf appeared to lose power on a Melbourne freeway in has vowed to continue their fight for justice over the outcome of a coronial inquest into her death.

    Melissa Ryan's family wrote to the Victorian Premier to express their concerns about the conduct and content of the inquest. They also wrote to the new state coroner Sara Hinchey, who has referred the matter to her deputy, due to a potential conflict of interest. Ms Hinchey acted for Volkswagen during the inquest into the death of year-old Ms Ryan, who was killed when her car appeared to suddenly lose power on a Melbourne freeway in January Her car was hit from behind by a truck.

    In December, while the family's appeal to Mr Pakula was pending, he appointed Ms Hinchey to be the state coroner. Ms Ryan's family has always disputed the outcome of the inquest, and hundreds of Volkswagen drivers have since come forward to describe how their cars had also suddenly lost power. Retired coroner Heather Spooner raised the prospect that Ms Ryan's car may have slowed suddenly because she was distracted while speaking on her hands-free phone at the time of the accident.

    Melissa Ryan's stepfather has written to the Victorian Premier's office to raise concerns about the appointment. The ABC has received emails from dozens more drivers in response to a story which referred to documented complaints from manual Volkswagen drivers that their cars had suddenly lost power.

    Many drivers described how their cars slowed suddenly from kilometres per hour, narrowly avoiding danger on freeways. Others have told the ABC they felt lucky their cars lost power on quiet suburban streets, avoiding any serious incidents. Volkswagen has always maintained its investigations found no fault with the car, and it supported the original coronial finding that Ms Ryan's car may have slowed suddenly because she was distracted by speaking on her hands-free phone at the time of the accident.

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