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France accused Peugeot and Citron of fraudulent diesel emissions


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This was stated by the automobile group Stellantis, which represents Peugeot Pat. Later, Stellantis reported that its Citron division was also accused of defrauding consumers about emissions. The company has to pay a deposit of eight million euros and will have to file bankruptcy of 25 million euros to cover any loss.

The belt also pushed another division of Stellantis, FCA Italy, to appear in court in the same case within five weeks.

The Peugeot plant focuses on vintage diesel cars sold in France in 2009 and 2015 and builds on its plant, which the French series launched in 2017 due to fraud by diesel car manufacturers during emissions tests.

Stylantis added in a statement that Peugeot and Citron are considering the possibilities of their defense in this case. The Company is fully satisfied that its emissions control systems have met all applicable requirements. Fifth, e to pronounce. The Stellantis Group was formed at the end of this year after the merger of Fiat Chrysler and PSA.

Oil car fraud came to the fore in 2015, when Volkswagen admitted in response to allegations in the US that it had installed software to handle nitrogen oxide emissions tests in about 11 million diesel cars worldwide. There were scandals for 1.2 million Otto cars.

In French courts, Renault has accused Renault of fraud and tampering with tests of some of its older diesel cars (We wrote here). The French department of Volkswagen has also been accused of the same

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According to the 2019 auto dealer’s first claims, Renault and Peugeot claim that some cars emit nitrogen oxide emissions.X), which exceeded the permissible limits by more than ten times, Reuters wrote.