The Canadian government adopts new fuel emissions standards that are inline with U.S. regulations for cars but surpass the U.S.’s controversial light truck standard that provides a lower mileage bogey for gas-guzzling SUVs, trucks and minivans. Canada now will classify SUVs and minivans as cars, which a government official says will help reduce sharply emissions of such gases as nitrogen oxides and carbon monoxide by 2020. The new rules will take effect for ’04 models. Estimated cost is ...
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