The dieselgate denials continue to roll in as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has issued a statement saying they fully comply with "... all applicable testing and nitrogen oxides emission requirements relating to the homologation of its diesel vehicles."

The dieselgate denials continue to roll in as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has issued a statement saying they fully comply with "... all applicable testing and nitrogen oxides emission requirements relating to the homologation of its diesel vehicles."

The company went on to say they don't use defeat devices which they consider a "contravention of applicable regulations."  FCA also stated they wouldn't comment on Volkswagen or their actions but that didn't stop them from mentioning a "major player" that was caught "unlawfully manipulating emissions of diesel cars."

FCA also confirmed they are "fully supportive" of the European Union's efforts to update the current homologation procedures so they more accurately reflect real-world driving conditions.  The company says this will "provide clarity for the customers and the industry."

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FCA denies using defeat devices, says they fully comply with regulations