Apr 24, 2017

Peugeot Citroen investigated over diesel emissions

Diesel emissions have been under the spotlight since the Volkswagen scandal. PSA said its vehicles have never been fitted with software to let its diesel engines deceive pollution tests. The accusation against PSA is that the emissions from its diesel engines might "Render its merchandise dangerous for human or animal health". Fraud investigators have already accused the partly state-owned Renault car firm of cheating on pollution tests for diesel and petrol engines for over the past 25 years, and with the knowledge of its top executives. Since September 2015, Germany's Volkswagen has admitted fitting 11 million cars - 8.5 million of them in Europe - with devices to fool diesel emissions tests.

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