Under the settlement announced Thursday, the company will pay $ 305 million in civil penalties related to these claims and an additional $ 6 million for allegations of illegal importation of non-compliant vehicles. It will also pay $ 19 million to limit excessive emissions of non-compliant vehicles in California. "Fiat Chrysler's efforts to get around the emissions controls are a flagrant violation of the law, and they have also been trying to hide their shares," said Andrew Wheeler, EPA deputy administrator, at a news conference. A conference call. "The E.P.A. deceived them. As part of the deal, Fiat Chrysler will be recalling approximately 100,000 Ram 1500 diesel and Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs from the 2014, 2015 and 2016 model years. Reminder repair involves installing new software in vehicles and the granting of extended guarantees, for a total cost of up to $ 185 million, announced the Department of Justice. Fiat Chrysler said vehicle owners could expect the recall later this year. against compensation of $ 990 to $ 3,075 from Fiat Chrysler and Bosch, a German company that supplied computers and engine software. This deal could cost up to $ 300 million. The Ministry of Justice has stated that the settlement does not resolve any potential criminal liability. "A multinational player has seriously violated US emissions laws, to the detriment of the health and well-being of Americans," said Jeffrey Clark, Assistant Attorney General of the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the United States. Fiat Chrysler, however, said his software was not a device for illegal defeat. "Our position on this has not changed," said spokesman Eric Mayne.