Mazda Motor Corp. says it will be the first auto maker to offer a diesel-powered passenger vehicle with a urea selective catalytic reduction system in Europe when it launches a refreshed version of the CX-7 cross/utility vehicle later this year. Currently, some European auto makers sell light vehicles in the U.S. equipped with SCR systems, but in Europe only commercial vehicles are marketed with the technology. That is expected to change as light-vehicles emissions toughen in Europe in the ...
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