PARIS – To meet Euro IV exhaust emission regulations, Renault SA revised two of its existing turbocharged common-rail diesel engines, and for its biggest cars it developed a new 2.0L diesel that will replace an existing 2.2L engine. Euro IV rules for diesels, which must be met by the end of the year, allow only half as much oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and particulate matter in exhaust gas, compared with Euro III rules that came into effect in 2000. The new engine comes in two power levels: ...
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