Mazda Motor Corp. adds to its Bongo van and truck range a new diesel engine designed to greatly reduce exhaust emissions. Mazda Bongo gets new diesel. Mazda says the new engines make the vehicles the first in their class to comply with Japan’s new short-term diesel emissions regulations as well as the Automobile NOx/PM Control Law regulating oxides of nitrogen and particulate emissions. This makes them eligible for sale in the major metropolitan markets of Tokyo, Osaka and ...

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