PARIS – A phenomenon not unlike the American trend towards no cigarette smoking, anywhere, is in the making for diesel engines in Europe. Particulate filters that turn diesels into non-smokers are rare today, but they soon will be in general use as legislation and social pressure combine to force virtual elimination of diesel particulate emissions. Until now, only PSA Peugeot Citroen has offered filters for its larger diesel engines, but Ford Motor Co., Renault SA, General ...
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