Majority of Renault cars sold in Europe may not offer a diesel engine option

Renault expects majority of its car models sold in Europe won’t offer a diesel engine option. According to a Reuters report, Renault arrived at this conclusion after taking into account the costs involved in complying with the stricter European emission norms.

Ever since the Volkswagen emission scandal became public, diesel fuel has faced a lot of flak from the public as well as government agencies. It is being reported that automobile companies are doubtful about diesel engines regaining popularity among car buyers. The Reuters report...

Updated Date: Sep 07, 2016 19:43 PM

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