Mexico - Passenger Cars & LDT

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Emissions legislation in Mexico is the responsibility of the Environment Ministry, SEMARNAT. In 2005, it implemented legislation requiring passenger cars and light duty trucks (LDTs) to be homologated to emission limits and procedures based on either US Tier 2 or Euro 4 standards. The standards are being progressively phased in.

Vehicle Categories

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Emissions standards

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Introduction

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Tier 2 based standards

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EU based standards

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Implementation schedule

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Test Procedures

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In-use emissions standards

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Diesel vehicles

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Gasoline vehicles

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Mexico City

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Historical Data

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Superseded emissions standards

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Superseded in-use emissions standards

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Superseded in-use emissions standards for Mexico City

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References

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Last update: 19/12/2018