PRESCOTT, AZ – Parting ways with former diesel-engine supplier Navistar International Corp. is allowing Ford Motor Co. to offer its own diesel without passing costs on to consumers, despite the addition of a high-tech Selective Catalytic reduction system. “We’ve always wanted to do it in-house; you want to do your own powertrain,” Frank Davis, executive director-North America product development, tells Ward’s. “You look at what’s available outside and say, ‘We can do this better and ...

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