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French emissions certificate

The V5 registration document for my new Chausson (Ford) Titanium 628 Automatic does not include CO emission figures, so even though it is a Euro6 diesel engine the certificate appears to be Euro2!!

Has anyone else had this problem and knows how to overcome to get a Euro6 sticker?

If not does anyone know what the emissions figure is for a 2019 Ford 2L Transit automatic that the motorhome is built on?
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What number is on your sticker?

Euro emissions standard, ranging from green (Crit’Air 1, electric and hydrogen-powered vehicles) for the cleanest, to dark grey/black (Crit’Air 6 mostly older, diesel cars) for the dirtiest
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The V5 registration document for my new Chausson (Ford) Titanium 628 Automatic does not include CO emission figures, so even though it is a Euro6 diesel engine the certificate appears to be Euro2!!

Has anyone else had this problem and knows how to overcome to get a Euro6 sticker?

If not does anyone know what the emissions figure is for a 2019 Ford 2L Transit automatic that the motorhome is built on?
The French system has a lower number the higher the emission standard and thus a French number 2 covers Euro 6 Diesels.
This is opposite to the German system where the higher the emission standard the higher the number thus Euro 6 Diesel is German number 4.
There is no direct correlation and each certificate number can cover more than one emission standard.

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The V5 registration document for my new Chausson (Ford) Titanium 628 Automatic does not include CO emission figures, so even though it is a Euro6 diesel engine the certificate appears to be Euro2!!

Has anyone else had this problem and knows how to overcome to get a Euro6 sticker?

If not does anyone know what the emissions figure is for a 2019 Ford 2L Transit automatic that the motorhome is built on?
Do you mean the CO2 figure at V.7 in section 4 of the V5C?

Mine doesn't have a figure either but I'd no problem getting an emissions sticker for France or Germany.

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Do you mean the CO2 figure at V.7 in section 4 of the V5C?

Mine doesn't have a figure either but I'd no problem getting an emissions sticker for France or Germany.
I think the Op is confused. He has received a Cert 2 sticker which he thinks means it is euro 2. In fact it was issued in accordance with the original registration date and is correctly issued at cert 2 = diesel euro 6.
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Ah, I thought he was afraid he wouldn't get the correct emissions certificate.

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