BMW AG says it soon will sell 325i sedans in five states equipped with Engel-hard Corp.-made "PremAir" ozone-destroying catalytic material-coated radiators. The auto maker says ’03 325i models equipped with automatic transmissions will be in showrooms by the end of the summer. The PremAir technology is used to help BMW to certify the cars to California’s Partial Zero-Emissions Vehicle (PZEV) emissions standard. In addition to California, the PZEV-compliant 325i will be sold in ...

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