Will we see the same problems with petrol particulate filters as we have done with DPFs?

With the fitting of particulate filters to petrol cars are we likely to see the same issues with regard to short journeys and stopping the engine during regeneration?

Asked on 19 February 2019 by RAY LOGAN

Answered by Honest John
It's nearly six months since they became compulsory on new petrol-engined cars and so far the only issues we have heard about have been with the Ford Focus.
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