Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. is considering ending Australian production of 6-cyl. engines for the Falcon sedan and replacing them with a smaller-capacity, imported V-6 mill, an Australian website reports. The possible move is seen as a way for the auto maker to have its 6-cyl. engines comply with the new Euro IV emissions standards to be introduced in Australia over the next three years, GoAuto.com.au says. “We’re looking at a whole range of future powertrain technologies for Falcon ...
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