Suzuki Doing Wrong Emission Tests In Japan

Maruti Suzuki has accepted that the Japanese car manufacturer was doing improper emission and fuel economy tests in Japan. The company has done tests on 6,401 vehicle units from 12,819 total units since 2012. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport, Japan accepted that the company along with Toyota and Mazda cheating on the emissions tests. Suzuki along with other companies have put forward a report mentioning the samples of the produced vehicles that were chosen for the duration of the quality assurance.

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The samples were found tested in improper driving conditions. In the year starting, Nissan confessed to confounding details containing fuel economy and emission in Japan. The recently revealed report also suggests that Mazda doing improper tests on 72 unit vehicles from 1,875 total since 2014.

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Toshihiro Suzuki, Suzuki President mentioned during a statement, “It is a significant fact that such a large number of our products were improperly processed, and we take it seriously. We failed to educate our staff in an in-depth and extensive manner.” Suzuki has not revealed any future plans to declare a recall till now.