The 3.2L Power Stroke diesel arriving on North American shores in the Transit fullsize van later this year will be new to the market but boasts an admirable track record overseas. Codenamed “Puma,” the inline 5-cyl. common-rail turbodiesel first launched more than 10 years ago in a number of Ford’s European vehicles. Now in its third generation, the 3.2L diesel has been reengineered to meet strict U.S. emissions regulations. The 3.2L diesel mill underwent ...

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