AD #2096 – GM Calls for Standard High Octane Gas, Why U.S. Sales Are Falling, More Emission Cheating Accusations

published 1 year ago by John McElroy

- More Emission Cheating Accusations - Germany Fights Stricter Emission Tests - Why U.S. Sales Are Falling - It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a…Flying Taxi? - Consumer Reports Downgrades Tesla - GM Calls for Standard High Octane Gas - Junior Announces Retirement

On today's show I'll more problems on diesel emission cheating and this time it's not just moped wagon Consumer Reports lowers test let's safety ratings and General Motors wants high octane gasoline made standard on that mark coming right up on moneyline delete. This is not a line daily the show for enthusiasts of the automotive industry. Well just when it looked like Volkswagen was putting its diesel scandal in the rear view mirror it's still facing accusations over emissions cheating. Words out of reports that European consumer groups in Italy and Belgium released test results basic prove VW and Audi haven't fixed their diesels. The company say it can't comment since the watchdog groups have only released the results and not the procedures that led to those findings. The consumer groups claim ...

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