Future Diesel Standards Threaten Ford's Plans

Robinson, Aaron
September 1999
Automotive News;9/6/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5836, p53
Trade Publication
Reports that stiffer emissions rules in may prompt Ford Motor Co. to suspend sales of diesel pickups and sports-utilities in some states by 2007. Plan by California, Massachusetts, and New York to phase in strict emissions standards in 2003 that effectively will ban diesels; Levels of particulates and oxides of nitrogen required under the proposed rules; Move by Ford to speed up implementation of emissions technologies.


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