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Suzuki Motor Corp. has received an order from Dutch automobile regulators to report on alleged diesel emissions falsifications regarding its sport utility vehicles.

The regulators suspect the automaker used improperly modified software to control the diesel engines of its Vitara and S-Cross models and made the vehicles look as if they emitted less nitrogen oxide than they actually do, the company said Friday.

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