Nissan, Honda plan European diesels for their U.K. cars

Treece, James B.
October 1996
Automotive News;10/14/1996, Vol. 71 Issue 5682, p24
Trade Publication
Reports that Nissan Motor Company and Honda Motor Company plan to by diesel engines from European makers for use in their British-built cars. Claims that Nissan will use Peugeot's 1.5 liter TUD 5 diesel with a Peugeot transmission; Why Nissan decided to offer a Peugeot diesel in its Micra, which is scheduled to go on sale in 1998.


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