Toyota Motor Corp. and Honda Motor Co. Ltd., to now two automakers without a meaningful presence in diesel-engine development, both announce major moves to become prominent players in Europe's diesel-hungry markets. Toyota, which is ready to begin installation of 1.4L turbodiesel I-4s in its European-market Yaris subcompacts, reportedly will supply the same engine to BMW AG as soon as this fall. Honda says that in Europe it soon will use an Isuzu Motors Ltd. 1.7L turbodiesel for the ...
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