It turns out that, believe it or not, diesels are dirty. Who would ever have imagined that? And, it also turns out that it is quite likely that everyone cheated to get their diesels certified. Of course, VW got caught first, and this opened the door to wondering about the others. So, after they hang VW, won't they have to take equally severe measures against all the others? Will the diesel scandal finish off a bunch of car companies? If so, it is looking good for Ford and GM since they will be the last players standing.
>>>>>>>>>>>Another four car makers have joined the list of those whose diesel cars emit more pollution on the road than in regulatory tests, the issue that has created a massive scandal and major recall for Germany's Volkswagen AG VLKAY, +6.87% VOW3, +1.83% the Guardian reported Friday. Mercedes-Benz, Honda, Mazda and Mitsubishi vehicles were all found to perform differently on the road than in test conditions, the Guardian said, citing data from Emissions Analytics, who tested the cars. The paper quoted Nick Molden from Emissions Analystics as saying the the issue is systemic across the industry. The report comes after the paper last week reported the same issue was found with cars made by Renault, Nissan, Hyundai, Citroen, Fiat, Volvo and Jeep<<<<<<<<<<