My problem with engines today is not that they are not smooth in operation or that they are providing enough power. Or even that they don’t get good fuel millage. The problem of course is the added cost of maintaining the added parts for the emissions. The used truck market is already showing that post emission trucks are taboo. Nobody wants the headaches.
Thats why they keep coming with “new” engines all the time – to make that false impression the problems are gone
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