Saudi Arabia - Passenger Cars & LDT

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Emissions legislation in Saudi Arabia is generally the responsibility of the "Presidency of Meteorology and Environment" [1]. Standards for road vehicles, however, are controlled on their behalf by the Saudi Standards, Metrology and Quality Organization (SASO).  Since 2004, passenger cars with gasoline engines have had to conform to Euro 2 emissions standards and diesel powered light duty vehicles have been subject to standards based upon the EU legislation which was effective from 1984. In Saudi Arabia it was proposed that Euro 3 standards would be implemented from 2010 but a lack of low sulphur fuel prevented this from going ahead and the final date of the transition is still not certain [2][3][4].

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Gasoline

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Diesel

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Gasoline

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Diesel

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Fuel Sulphur

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Fuel Economy

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Last update: 05/10/2015