The sting in the tail

Watts, John
April 2006
Motor Transport;4/13/2006, p14
Trade Publication
The article offers observation on the debate over Euro emission legislation as of April 13, 2006. It compares the efficiency of selective catalytic reduction and exhaust gas recirculation. It addresses concerns surrounding residual values. It cites factors influencing the likelihood of identical model Euro 3 and Euro 4 trucks being sold on the same year.


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