DETROIT – Jaguar North America is implementing a new policy to ensure all its horsepower ratings are expressed as DIN and SAE net following a Ward’s story questioning its current practice. “We will be making the transition to using SAE figures alongside DIN during the 2002 calendar year,” the auto maker says in a written statement.” The decision comes in the wake of a Ward’s story that reveals Jaguar, in the U.S., reports horsepower ratings based on test procedures developed by Germany’s ...
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