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FCA is accused of not revealing software to defeat testing on Jeep Grand Cherokees and Ram trucks.

So, how does that compare with its most obvious rivals?

Diesels have been 1 percent of Mercedes' US sales, so perhaps seeking certification wasn't worth the hassle.

Move comes after EPA helped uncover VW Dieselgate.

A 99 percent federal cut to the vehicle testing budget.

Move favors oil, coal industries.

Trump says the plan hurts the fossil fuel industry, yet it was never actually implemented.

There goes the notion of a nationwide emissions standard in America.

"What were you thinking when you threw yourselves on the mercy of the Trump administration to solve your problems?" asked Mary Nichols, head of CARB.

In the long run, US automakers could get left behind

German and Japanese automakers and companies like Tesla will reap the rewards.

Why lowering the fuel-economy standards might not be in car companies' best interest.

Will the easing of fuel mileage standards be a good thing for the auto industry? At least one experts thinks not.

He promises nation 'will once again shine with industrial might.'

Following today's events in the Detroit area.

Vehicle costs may be $1,800 higher by 2025.

Automakers' compliance with CAFE may cost 150,000 jobs.

Claim is at odds with scientists, including the agency he oversees.

Pruitt's statement is at odds with scientific consensus.

They don't want to be held to tougher environmental standards through 2025.

Regulators delayed BMW diesel certification last year.

BMW, whose diesel-certification efforts were delayed last year, is getting ready to make diesel-powered cars and SUVs bound for America.

US and Canadian firms seek compensation for owners after EPA issues violation notice.

The suits claim deception, losses, damages.

The regulator says the technology is there and costs are falling.

Despite protests from some automakers, the US Environmental Protection Agency maintains its target for reduced greenhouse-gas emissions for 2025.

The EPA has sent a notice of violation to FCA regarding undisclosed emissions software that increases NOx emissions.

US District Court Judge Charles Breyer still needs to sign off.

Certain VW Touareg, Porsche Cayenne, and Audi A6, A7, A8, Q5, and Q7 models are affected.

The three-stage plan involves a massive increase in charging infrastructure.

No one told VW that taking recommendations from the Internet is a bad idea.

He's worked with fossil fuel companies and is currently suing the EPA.

Whatever happened to Myron Ebell?

Do you want to encourage lobbyists, or engineers?

Once again, the Auto Alliance stands against change.

This works like any other investement, EPA says.

But there will be a hearing next week.

"Adaptive shift programs can lead to incorrect and non-reproducible results."

Feds ponder if this actually cheating.

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