Mercedes-Benz says B10 OK for its cars in Malaysia after all

In Malaysia, Mercedes-Benz is now backtracking on its earlier assertion that its vehicles couldn’t run on B10, saying instead that the fuel is actually fine for all vehicles sold within the country. Toyota, Isuzo, Volkswagen and others also challenged the government’s move to boost the biodiesel blend, saying their vehicles couldn’t accept the fuel, but they have yet to issue retractions like MB has.

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