Ford and PSA Peugeot Citroen are scrapping joint development of larger diesel engines of 2.0-litres and above. The two OEMs first formed a joint venture to produce a range of diesels back in 1998. Since then the partners have produced more than 20 million engines in displacements of 1.4- to …
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