The recent emissions scandal at Volkswagen left the world stunned: How can such a major carmaker allow itself to downright cheat on emissions tests?

As it turns out, though other carmakers weren’t caught with their pants down, many of their diesel cars also fare much better in those tests than in real life

A new report from Guardian, based on the latest data by Emissions Analytics, shows that diesel cars made by Mercedes-Benz, Honda, Mazda and Mitsubishi emit far more nitric and nitrogen oxide (NOx) in real-life usage than they do in tests. Read more…

More about Transportation, Honda, Mitsubishi, Tech, and Mercedes Benz

Read this article: 

It’s not just VW: Mercedes and others reportedly fail emissions tests