MUNICH, Germany – Facing stiffer new emissions rules and new entries in the light-commercial-vehicle market from its competitors, Ford Europe revamps its Transit lineup. The new models, which will come to market before the end of the year, will be powered by the 2.2L Duratorq turbodiesel engine produced in Dagenham, U.K., and in Inonu, Turkey, by the Ford Otosan joint venture between Ford and industrial conglomerate Koc. The new Duratorq replaces existing 2.2L and 2.4L engines and will ...
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