M-B weighs discontinuing diesels in U.S

Wilson, Amy
November 2016
Automotive News;11/21/2016, Vol. 90 Issue 6752, p0016
Trade Publication
The article reports the move by car maker Mercedes-Benz (M-B) as of late November 2016 to mull stopping the sale of diesel vehicles in the U.S. as stricter testing processes are being implemented by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) following the diesel emissions scandal involving car maker Volkswagen. According to Mercedes-Benz Cars' Matthias Leuhrs, they are conducting a research on diesel demand in the country.


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