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Are second-hand diesel prices likely to collapse over the next two years?

Are second-hand diesel prices likely to collapse over the next two years?

Asked on 5 July 2017 by Stan Houston

Answered by Honest John
They are already. But the problem is not what the public perceives it to be. The problem is the high cost of maintaining the emissions equipment on them as they get older.
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