DaimlerChrysler Adds Three New Flex-Fuel Vehicles

June 3, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] DaimlerChrysler is adding three new flexible-fuel vehicles (FFVs) to its 2003 product line. FFVs can be fueled with E85 (a blend of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline), gasoline, or any combination of the two fuels. The new E85 models will include: Dodge Stratus Sedans with 2.7-liter 16-valve V-6 DOHC engines; Chrysler Sebring Sedans and Convertibles with 2.7-liter 16-valve V-6 DOHC engines; Dodge Cargo Minivans with 3.3-liter 16-valve V-6 SOHC engines. These new vehicles will complement DaimlerChrysler’s flexible-fuel product line and give fleets covered by Energy Policy Act of 1992 (EPAct) alternative fuel vehicle acquisition requirements more choices when selecting vehicles.
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