AMSTERDAM: Dutch public authorities have issued a ruling that Fiat Chrysler's Jeep Grand Cherokee and Suzuki's Vitara diesel models both violate emissions rules and must limit or face sales bans throughout Europe, according to a statement. Release from the Chennai Daily website.





The RDW, acting as a regulator and the European Union, said Jeep had set up a software repair and ordered the company to recall models throughout Europe to move it. Suzuki has yet to find a reliable solution for Vitara, the statement added.

"Suzuki needs to have adequate measures in place or RDW will begin the process of revoking its European Type Approval," the RDW said in a statement.

Regulators around the world have been testing diesel models since Volkswagen admitted in 2015 that it had used illegal software to simulate US emissions tests.

RDW said it found that both the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Vitara used "prohibited emissions" strategies that led them to release higher levels of nitrogen oxides (NOx) on higher roads than tested.
Dutch Infrastructure Secretary Stientje van Veldhoven said in a letter to Parliament that she would notify prosecutors of the RDW's findings. By: Philip Philip