Dodge Ram pickup trucks sit on a lot at a dealership in Georgia. Federal and California officials have accused Fiat Chrysler of using rogue software to conceal air pollution emissions from 104,000 diesel vehicles.
Dodge Ram pickup trucks sit on a lot at a dealership in Georgia. Federal and California officials have accused Fiat Chrysler of using rogue software to conceal air pollution emissions from 104,000 diesel vehicles. John Bazemore Associated Press file
Dodge Ram pickup trucks sit on a lot at a dealership in Georgia. Federal and California officials have accused Fiat Chrysler of using rogue software to conceal air pollution emissions from 104,000 diesel vehicles. John Bazemore Associated Press file

Another diesel scandal; this time it’s Fiat Chrysler

January 12, 2017 08:55 AM

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