New diesels ready for stiffer rules

Bohn, Joseph
November 1993
Automotive News;11/22/1993, Vol. 67 Issue 5527, p16
Trade Publication
Reports on diesel engines designed to adapt to stiffer emissions rules. Detroit Diesel Corp.'s Series 60 diesel engines; Caterpillar's 3406E heavy-duty diesel engine; Volvo Truck Corp.'s VE D12 diesel engine.


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