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FCA Plans to Axe Diesel Passenger Cars by 2022: Report

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is the next automaker to separate itself from diesel engines.

According to a recent report from the Financial Times, FCA will stop production of its diesel-equipped passenger vehicles by 2022 under a four-year plan that will be unveiled June 1. People familiar with the strategy said the Italian-American automaker intends to phase out diesel from the cars across its brands, which means SUVs and trucks from the Jeep and Ram brands will likely not be affected.
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